The 2014 AEGIS Claims Seminar will be held Monday, October 20 through Wednesday, October 22, at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Registration for the seminar has closed. If you are still interested in registering please contact Carrie White by e-mail or by phone at 201.508.2840 or Leah Convery by e-mail or by phone at 201.508.2872 and they will assist you.
The seminar will focus on the important issues facing AEGIS members in the defense of their claims. In addition to the popular gas and electric case studies, an impressive group of industry litigators and experts will share their insights on a wide variety of topics, including the mechanics of electric burn injuries, pole hits, how to defeat plaintiffs’ experts, liability MSA’s and issues of concern in gas related incidents. Please review the full agenda for details.
The seminar begins with registration on Monday morning, October 20, followed by lunch and the beginning of the program. Tuesday's program will run for the full day and AEGIS will host a reception on Tuesday evening at the Fontainebleau. The program ends at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 22. Breakfast and lunch are included on Tuesday and Wednesday.
For those interested in playing golf, The AEGIS Structured Settlement Company, in conjunction with its alliance partners, EPS Settlements and Mesirow Financial, will host a tournament at the Miami Beach Golf Club on Wednesday afternoon following the conclusion of the program. To register for golf, please complete the golf section of the online registration form before Friday, September 26.
Dress for the conference is business casual.
A landmark since its debut in 1954, the Fontainebleau is conveniently located just 12 miles from Miami International Airport and 28 miles from Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
For additional information about the seminar or special arrangements, please contact Carrie White by e-mail or at 201.508.2840.
If you have questions regarding the agenda, please contact Mark Rutkowski by e-mail or at 201.508.2883.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits will be offered. AEGIS requests CLE accreditation from all states with mandatory continuing legal education requirements.