Clark Hill Attorney, Christopher M. Brubaker, serves as faculty member for PBI’s, The Role of Indemnity and Insurance in Business Transactions and Litigation seminar
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Clark Hill attorney, Chris Brubaker, presented at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s CLE Conference, The Role of Indemnity and Insurance in Business Transactions and Litigation seminar, at the Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia, PA on July 17th, 2018.
The seminar covered Sources of Indemnity and Common Law, Scope, Limitation of Liability and Indemnification, Statutory and Contract Law, Drafting Contracts to Maximize/ Minimize Indemnification, The Language of Insurance Coverage Indemnity, and Litigation Issues.
Christopher M. Brubaker concentrates his practice in complex commercial litigation and insurance matters. He regularly provides advice to companies on insurance and cyber risk issues related to transactions and risk management. He has experience in a variety of subject areas including: insurance coverage and reinsurance, arbitration, appellate work, contract matters, and insurance defense including representation of design professionals in multi-party construction cases. He has also advised companies on regulatory matters involving insurance and environmental laws, rules and regulations.
Chris attended Gettysburg College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, prior to earning his law degree from Vermont Law School. He is licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Chris frequently speaks and writes on cybersecurity and insurance related matters for legal and professional groups.
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