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Timber Trespass
Webinar
Smith Freed Eberhard Partners Jeff Eberhard and Bill Taaffe discuss major cases of the past year in Oregon, with a focus on Commercial Lines claims management during this one hour presentation. Why Watch This Webinar? This webinar is designed for claims professionals and provides a basic overview of significant cases over the last year and their impact on Commercial Lines claims management. This…
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Thursday November 19, 2020 By: Jeff Eberhard
Legal Alert
Oregon Case Law Update: Oregon Court of Appeals Requires an Insurer to Indemnify its Insured for Intentional Timber Trespass Claim Despite an Exclusion for Intentional Acts From the Desk of Joshua P. Hayward: Commercial general liability insurance policies issued in the state of Oregon typically include the duties to defend and indemnify. A common exclusion in these policies is an…
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Thursday February 14, 2019 By: Josh Hayward
Webinar
Smith Freed Eberhard Partner Bill Taaffe discusses major cases of the past year in Oregon. In this one hour presentation, Bill focuses on the following cases: (OR) Case affecting the discoverability of physician-patient communications. (OR) Cases enforcing the complicity doctrine in liquor liability lawsuits. (OR) Case limiting the scope of Oregon’s elder abuse statute as it pertains to insurance companies.…
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Thursday November 8, 2018 By: William Taaffe
Webinar
Smith Freed Eberhard Partner Bill Taaffe demonstrates how you can use technology and data to more effectively defend and settle your claims. Bill discusses: How to leverage social media to uncover and undermine claims Why email is a double-edged sword The truth about cell phone data and what types of data are practical and available for use How electronic discovery…
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Thursday July 21, 2016 By: William Taaffe
Legal Alert
From the desk of Kyle D. Riley: When a landowner engages in self-help to remove encroaching tree roots or branches from his property, is a duty of care owed to the adjacent landowner to ensure the tree is not unnecessarily damaged? Find out how the Washington Court of Appeals recently decided this issue in this week’s case update. Claims Pointer:…
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Thursday April 7, 2016 By: Kyle Riley
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