Clark Hill’s Robert Tomilson to Speak at C.W.D.G. Contract Wording Discussion Group
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Clark Hill Attorney Robert Tomilson, a Member in the Philadelphia office of the firm’s Insurance & Reinsurance Practice Group, will speak at the C.W.D.G. Contract Wording Discussion Group on “The Evolution of Reinsurance Clauses from the 1990s to Today” on October 28, 2014 from 11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Fino’s in New York City.
Tomilson is a Member of Clark Hill’s Insurance & Reinsurance Practice Group, an adjunct Professor of Insurance Law at Drexel University School of Law, and an adviser to the American Law Institute's Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance project. He has been appointed as a testifying expert in (re)insurance disputes and regularly publishes on issues affecting the industry.
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