Please register now for the next Claims Roundtable seminar - Investigating and Defending Fire and Explosion Cases - which will be held on May 14 in our East Rutherford offices and on June 4 in Chicago.
The faculty, who will include experienced in-house and outside litigation counsel and a nationally known forensic engineer, will discuss the important elements of the investigation and defense of a fire or explosion claim, starting with the incident scene itself. Discussion topics will include access to the scene, the proper documentation of a scene, preservation and spoliation of evidence, sampling and testing both on-site and off-site, identification of interested parties, identification of key evidence, and the presentation of expert testimony. Case studies of scene investigations will be presented for both gas and electrical incidents.
As always, you're welcome to attend AEGIS Claims Roundtables in person or by videoconference, and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are offered. For more information about the AEGIS Roundtable program, please contact Jeff Schupack by e-mail or by phone at 201.508.2658.