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DTCI: 2 CLE meetings offered

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August 23

Health Care Seminar

2.0 CLE (pending approval)

Cost: $50

Friday, August 23, 3 - 5 p.m.

Frost Brown Todd

201 N. Illinois St., Indianapolis

• Discussion of Plank v. Community Hospital

Tom Fisher, Solicitor General of Indiana

• Cap Challenges

Dino Pollock, Deputy Attorney General, Civil Litigation

• AG’s Role in Defending the Cap & the Burden on Plaintiffs

Heather McVeigh, Deputy Solicitor General

• Defense Counsel, Cap Challenges, and Plank

Libby Goodknight, Krieg DeVault

August 28

Insurance Section Roundtable Seminar

2.0 CLE (pending approval)

Cost: $50

Wednesday, August 28, 3 - 5 p.m.

Fountain Square Brewing Co.

1301 Barth Ave., Indianapolis

• Navigating an Insurance Appraisal

A discussion of some of the common issues that arise when handling an insurance appraisal, as well as a review of recommended forms/documents to use for insurance appraisal.

• Additional Insured Endorsements

A discussion of some of the most common additional insured endorsements and how these endorsements have been interpreted and applied in Indiana and beyond.

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