Agenda for I-day - Atlanta CPCU Society

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Agenda for I-day - Atlanta CPCU Society
Atlanta CPCU I-Day 2015
Charting the Course:
Innovating Insurance Atop 300 Years of Experience
The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead ~ March 20, 2015
AGENDA
7:30am-8:30amBreakout Session #1
Topic
1. Technology and
Claims
Policyholder
Perspectives
Presenters
Mark Killion , Crawford and
Company
Kenneth Tolson
Crawford and Company
GA Approval
“Claims in a Self Service
World”
2. Telematics
Justin Schilawski, State Farm
Anthony Roehl, Morris, Manning
& Martin
“Telematics and the Future
of the Automobile”
Location
Ballroom 1
Filed 2.20.15
Plaza Ballroom
Filed 3.3.15
3. Technology in
the International
Market
Jim Charron, Zurich
Jeff Bond, Zurich
“International Technology
Risk Management”
Ballroom 3
Filed 3.5.15
4. Product LiabilityMedical Equipment
Failure
Haskell Beckham, PH.D, Exponent
Neal Moore, JD, Ferguson, Frost,
Moore & Young
“Product Liability and
Medical Equipment /
Device Failures: Effective
Use of Expert Analysis”
The Gallery
Filed 3.5.15
5. Keynote
Philip Maxwell, Coca-Cola
“Managing a Global
Enterprise Risk
Management Program:
A Practitioner’s
Perspective”
Filed 2/20/15
10:30am-11:30am Breakout Session #2
Topic
6. Cyber Risk
Presenters
Kurt Shuhs, Iornshore
Tom Curzon, Southerland
Steve Simon, Mercer University
GA Approval
“Emerging Issues: Cyber
Insecurity”
Location
Ballroom 1
Filed 3/3/15 Ethics
7. Bio-Mechanics of Torrence Welch, Ph.D., Rimkus
Slip and Fall
8. Data Analytics
Ron Beiderman, ISO Insurance
Programs and Analytic Services
“The Role of Biomechanics
Analysis in Claims”
Investigation”
Filed 2/20/15
“Insurance Claims of the
Future: How to Assess And
Plan For Emerging Risks”
Plaza Ballroom
Ballroom 3
Filed 2/20/15 Ethiics
9. Not Your
Father’s Economy
Susan Dowdy, AIG
“Not Your Father’s
Economy: Tech-onomy
Virtues and Vices”
The Gallery
Filed 3/5/15
1:45pm-2:45pm
Breakout Session #3
Topic
10. Financial
Planning
Presenters
Linda Kuryloski
GA Approval
“Outlooks and
Opportunities: The Game
Plan Has not Changed. “
11. Investigating
Trucking Losses
Rich Smith, AIG
Steve Cohen, Hall Booth, Smith
Course #47683 Ethics
“The Application Of
Technology In Adjusting
Commercial Auto Claims”
12. Employer
Surveillance- Legal
Implications
Marty Heller, Freeman, Mathis &
Gary
Filed 3.6.15
“Employment Practices and
Trends-Fraud and Legal
Implications”
Location
Ballroom 1
Plaza Ballroom
Ballroom 3
Filed 3/2/2015 Ethics
The Gallery
3pm-4pm
Breakout Session #4
Topic
13. Using
Technology to
Document Difficult
to Access
Information
Presenters
Paul McCllough, SEA, Ltd
Wayne Melnick, Freeman, Mathis
& Gary
GA Approvals
“Using Technology to
Document Difficult to
Access Information”
Filed 3.5.15
Location
Ballroom 1
14. E-Discovery:
Practices, Perils,
Prescriptives
15. Underwriting
16. Attracting a
Diverse Workforce
Barry Postman
Cole, Scott and Kissmane
Bio - Postman
Plaza Ballroom
Robert Schmelzer, FM Global
“Engineering Property for
Resilience and
Underwriting”
Ballroom 3
Jennie Rogers, AIG,
Priscille Chavanne, AIG
Filed 3/2/2015
“Attracting and Retaining a
Diverse Workforce and
How it Can Increase Your
Competitive Advantage.”
Filed 3.6.15
The Gallery