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Business Law Training: Environmental Insurance – When Neither Buyer nor Seller Is Willing to Take the Risks Associated with Pollution

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Quarles & Brady Webinar

Environmental insurance is a means to transfer environmental risk to a third party insurer, which can be an effective way to address potential pollution liabilities that are impeding a deal or posing operational worries. This webinar will explain the types of risk that can be covered, how circumstances can affect the availability of coverage, ways to use environmental insurance in deals and to address operational risks, and the process for obtaining such coverage.

Who Should Attend: This session is designed for in-house counsel, corporate executives, and industry professionals. Quarles & Brady reserves the right to limit or restrict attendance to the program.

CLE: Quarles & Brady will apply for 1.0 hour of general continuing legal education credit for Quarles & Brady attorneys and their clients in U.S. jurisdictions where applicable. Participants seeking CLE credit must complete the electronic CLE form provided in the course dashboard materials.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Continuing Legal Education: Please note, to best comply with safety recommendations regarding COVID-19, many state bar offices are closed or operating with reduced staffing. This is anticipated to cause significant delays in approval for CLE accreditation. The processing time for course approval is expected to take between 2-16 weeks after the course.

HRCE: A Certificate of Attendance will be provided in the webinar dashboard materials for HR professionals who self-report continuing education.

Questions? 
For more information and to register, please contact Alexa Curto, [email protected].

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