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The Business Interruption Insurance Maze In The Wake Of Coronavirus


May 14, 2020 11:56 AM

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Michael Huddleston
Shareholder @Munsch Hardt
Mike’s practice focuses on commercial insurance, risk management, litigation management and appeals. He routinely represents corporate and professional policyholders and assists claimants in insurance recovery involving commercial insurance, including director and officer, general liability, excess/umbrella, commercial automobile and trucking, commercial property, cyber-liability, technology errors and omissions, pollution and environmental coverages, professional liability (including coverages for health care providers and medical equipment manufacturers, architects/engineers), specialty health coverages (including Medicare fraud, FLSA, etc.) aviation, reinsurance, fidelity, etc.
Kerri Panchuk
Dallas Reporter @Bisnow, Moderator
Kerri arrived at Bisnow after spending three years as a civil litigation attorney for the Law Offices of William Chu in the Dallas-Fort Worth area—and after working for more than a decade as a business journalist for two separate trade publications focused on commercial mortgage-backed securities and residential real estate. Kerri has spent her entire life in Dallas-Fort Worth and has watched the North Texas economy and real estate sector grow exponentially over the course of the past two decades. She remembers her hometown of Plano—once surrounded by empty fields of hay—morph into home to dozens of major corporate headquarters, retail developments, and luxury office complexes.
Chip Stuart
Chief Sales Officer @HUB International California
James “Chip” Stuart is the Chief Sales Officer for HUB International of California responsible for the production sales of 50 plus offices with 350 Sales professionals. He also serves on the California Executive Management Team and oversees recruiting for over nine years with HUB. Chip was formerly with USI Goldman Sachs Capital Partners for four years and 21 years with Johnson & Higgins then acquired by Marsh & McLennan in 1997. He was in the role of Property Department Manager and Client Executive developing strong relationships with large Risk Management clients and underwriters. Most of his clients were household names for 20 years. He was a featured speaker on insurance issues, catastrophic risk, terrorism, changing insurance market cycles, Y2K, and several industry conferences. He served on several insurance company advisory boards.