Alan Wernick Presenting "Technology and the Law – Emerging Technology Trends and Potential Commercial Liability," a Webinar for the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
Aronberg Goldgehn attorney Alan Wernick will be presenting “Technology and the Law – Emerging Technology Trends and Potential Commercial Liability,” as a webinar for the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies.
The webinar will air at 1 p.m. Central Time on Oct. 8, 2019. It will also be available on-demand to view within 24 hours of the live airing. All registered attendees have access to the on-demand recordings for up to one year.
From farming to aerospace, every business today uses technology integral to business operations. The rapidly emerging proliferation of technology, the use of social media and the interconnectivity of technology create new exposures for business. What are the potential risks/liabilities as these and other technology trends continue to emerge and evolve? How will these trends shape businesses’ expectations for commercial insurance coverages and their insurance relationships?
This session explores emerging technologies and the legal risks and opportunities they present for insurance companies in commercial lines to consider. This session will be available as part of both the Underwriting and Claims Series.
Who Should Attend?
- Underwriters/Senior Underwriters
- Underwriting Managers
- Underwriting Directors
- Loss Control Professionals
The registration fee for the “Technology and the Law – Emerging Technology Trends and Potential Commercial Liability” webinar is:
- NAMIC Member - $65
- Non-Member - $85
CLICK HERE to register.
Alan represents businesses in transactions and litigation involving information technology, intellectual property law (copyright, trademark, trade secrets, licensing), and data privacy/cybersecurity. Since 1982, this work has included negotiating and drafting various types of business agreements; strategic counseling of clients in the acquisition and management of their technology and intellectual capital assets; compliance counseling; and conducting due diligence related to information technology and intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, and other large transactions.
Alan also handles litigation matters and frequently represents businesses that have suffered a data breach. He is an advocate in the federal, state and appellate courts for client disputes concerning information technology and intellectual property, while also engaging in dispute resolution through arbitration and mediation.