Blaneys partners David Wilson and Chris McKibbin will attend the joint FLA/ABA FSLC Conference. The FLA Conference on November 8 will focus on contemporary fidelity insurance issues, including social engineering fraud claims, knowledge of prior dishonesty, rescission, forensic investigations and communications with claimants and witnesses. The curriculum is designed for fidelity claims professionals, underwriters and lawyers. Chris will moderate the panel entitled The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be: Challenges Facing Fidelity and Commercial Crime Insurers in the 2020s. This panel addresses developing fidelity risks and exposures such as social engineering fraud, ransomware and Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

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  • A copy of the conference brochure may be accessed here.

The ABA FSLC Fall Meeting on November 9-10 is entitled “Managing and Litigating the Complex Fidelity Claim.” The program is designed as a workshop that will help fidelity claims professionals and lawyers gather useful practical tips to employ in claims handling. The program will feature a number of panel discussions on topics such as effective communications with insureds, discoverability of insurance company documents, ethics considerations, confidentiality agreements and litigation strategies. Chris will participate in the panel entitled Criminal Prosecution of the Accused, which considers how the fidelity claim investigation is affected by parallel criminal investigation and prosecution.

  • To register, or for more information, click here.
  • A copy of the conference brochure may be accessed here.
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In the highly-specialized world of fidelity and commercial crime insurance, Chris McKibbin has carved out a reputation as both a detail-oriented coverage counsel with an encyclopedic knowledge of his practice area, and an aggressive and strategic fraud recovery lawyer who has recovered millions of dollars for fidelity insurers from fraudsters, co-conspirators, auditors and banks over the course of his career.