PMT SJU Webinar – PMT Resolving Complex and Multi-Party Litigation: The Bigger They Come, The Harder They Fall

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Pillinger Miller Tarallo and St. John’s Tobin Center for Executive Education, its Maurice R. Greenberg School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science proudly present Our 8th Conference Series Webinar:

PMT Claims Settlement Institute: Successful Resolution Strategies™ presents

PMT Resolving Complex and Multi-Party Litigation: The Bigger They Come, the Harder They Fall

Wednesday, April 24th, 2024 – 1:30-3:00PM EST​

While complex and multi-party (CMP) cases can prove challenging to resolve, they can also offer opportunities. CMP matters can take years or decades to resolve, so we have assembled a renowned panel of experts to help us navigate these cases and share ideas, strategies, and tools for resolution.

1.5 CLE Credits for Attorneys and 1 CE Credit is available for claims administrators who are licensed in NY, NJ or PA. Must supply license, state, position and eMail upon registration and must attend the entire webinar. To receive attendance credit you cannot only listen by telephone.

Webinar Panelists




AGENDA: Wednesday April 24th, 2024, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Opening Remarks, Thomas M. Bona, Esq., Partner – Pillinger Miller Tarallo, LLP

The Big Picture

  • What makes CMP cases so challenging to resolve?
  • Are there more CMP cases now than ten years ago?
  • Does the court system want to handle CMP cases?

Challenges of CMP Litigation

  • What are the biggest challenges for plaintiff and defense attorneys?
  • How can CMP cases be resolved easier?
  • How do you shorten the lifespan of CMP cases?
  • What are the practical problems with cases that last forever?

The More, The Merrier

  • What are the challenges with layers of coverage?
  • How do you manage conflicting expectations and strategies with layers of coverage?
  • What are the challenges with self-insured retention?