Neil Mody Educates Insurance Claim Professionals on Emerging Issues in Coverage Law

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ROSELAND, N.J./September 27, 2010 -- Neil V. Mody delivered a series of CLE-accredited educational seminars to senior claim executives, in-house and outside counsel, and insurance adjusters on new developments in insurance coverage law at the 2010 Central Regional Adjusters Conference hosted by the Property Loss Research Bureau and Liability Insurance Research Bureau on September 13-15 in Columbus, Ohio. Each of the interactive educational programs featured spirited and collegial discussions and debates over key coverage issues facing insurance claim managers in jurisdictions around the nation. Based on positive feedback, Mody was invited to lecture on additional insurance coverage developments, including at the upcoming Western Regional Conference scheduled for November in Anaheim, California.  

Mody is a member of Connell Foley's Insurance Coverage practice group. His legal practice is focused on litigation, counseling, and monitoring on behalf of domestic and internationally-based insurers with respect to a broad range of insurance coverage matters dealing with first-party property matters, general liability coverage, excess claims, long-tail claims (such as environmental, asbestos, and other toxic torts), bad faith/extra-contractual claims, reinsurance matters, professional liability, product liability, and catastrophic loss. Mody is an active participant in several insurance coverage law societies, including PLRB/LIRB, an insurance trade organization whose purposes include promoting education with respect to new developments in liability and property issues within the insurance industry.      

For more information on the PLRB/LIRB 2010 Conference Schedule or the emerging coverage topics raised at this seminar, contact Neil Mody at (973) 535-0500 or

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