NAMIC invites you to lunch once a month to participate in important, timely webinars in the Lunch & Learn Webinar Series. Webinar topics focus on governance issues, operational challenges, and leadership development.
We specifically develop our educational programming with our members in mind. NAMIC is comprised of a diverse membership and there are a variety of events to meet your needs.
Board of directors
August 19, 2015 | Subrogation Arbitration Advocacy
October 22, 2015 | Ten Tips for Safer Social Media
November 3, 2015 | The Connected Home: Trends and Implications for Insurers
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Please notify NAMIC if you are unable to participate. Please forward all cancellation notifications to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (317) 876-6213. All registration cancellations and transfers MUST be made in writing. Cancellations received 24 hours prior to the scheduled webinar will be charged a $10 processing fee. Refunds will be issued within 15 business days after receipt of the cancellation notice. No refunds are available within 24 hours of the scheduled webinar, so please plan accordingly. You may substitute a participant at no additional charge. Please forward all requests to email@example.com or fax (317) 876-6213.
You will receive a detailed e-mail confirmation upon successful completion of the registration process for this event; please make sure to enter a valid e-mail address on the registration form. If you have any questions regarding your registration, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 336-2642.
Several people from my company wish to view the webinar. Do all of them need to be registered?
The member and non-member rates for each webinar are considered a “site fee.” The registration provides a single log-in for the webinar. If your staff is viewing the webinar in a single space, such as a conference room, only one registration needs to be submitted for the webinar. Alternately, if your staff will be viewing the webinars from separate computers, a separate registration must be submitted for each person. Each unique registration provides a unique log-in for the webinar.
What happens if I sign up for a webinar, but can't attend?
You will automatically receive a recording of the webinar within 24 hours that you can view at your convenience.
If you have any questions regarding your registration, e-mail email@example.com or call (800) 336-2642, ext. 1061. If you have any questions regarding the webinar, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 336-2642 ext. 1025.
You will receive a separate e-mail from NAMIC Webinars prior to the webinar providing your unique log-in information/link. Please do not forward your log in information/link to other attendees. Log-in information will only work for a single registrant. If you need to make changes to the email address, send corrections to email@example.com.
Test Your System
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August 19, 2015 | 12:30 p.m. EDT | $55 Members; $80 Non-member
This webinar focuses on anecdotal and theoretical best practices from subrogation arbitration cases culled from more than 25 years of involvement with this industry. Going beyond the basics of contention writing and the rules governing arbitration, this webinar focuses on successful methodology for case presentation. Emphasis is given to the theory-and-theme approach of case structure and incorporation of evidence techniques in addition to strategic considerations that those involved in the process need consider. Overall, this webinar brings together hands-on practical tips to assist all advocates in their subrogation recoveries through arbitration.
Learn to fully appreciate the intricate approaches to arbitration case presentation, including development of a complete theory and theme before the arbitrator and incorporation of the seven key types of evidence into your case argument;
Understand how to better describe the various kinds of proofs in an arbitration setting and learn the ways arbitrators evaluate evidence to reach a decision on the claim. This includes a focused discussion on the inherent benefits and challenges of certain types of proofs and overcoming obstacles that lead to increased opportunities for success;
Discover how to more effectively engage the claims liability side of the organization, with an appreciation of the dynamics of arbitration that affect proficiency in the subrogation process; and
Find out more about improving the construction of contentions for presentation before the arbiter by incorporating proper opening statements, detailing liability and damages arguments in the body of the case, and using effective closing techniques.
October 22, 2015 | 12:30 p.m. EDT | $55 Members; $80 Non-member
Do you know how to protect your company from the security risks of social media? As customers demand more online interactions with insurance companies and as social media becomes a bigger part of our everyday lives, there are 10 things you need to know to use social media as safely as possible. Topics discussed during this webinar include identifying potential risks and minimizing your risk of a data breach. Information on managing sensitive information, avoiding social engineering attacks, and drafting a social media usage policy will also be provided.
Discover how to minimize risk while using social media in the workplace;
Learn the top ways to stay safe while surfing the Internet;
Learn tips to minimize the risk of a data breach and avoid being a victim of a social engineering attack; and
Find out what to take into consideration when drafting a social media usage policy.
Katie Peet, CIC, CISR
David Todd, CISSP, CISA, CISM, CRISC, GCIH, CFRA, ITV3F, HISP
November 3, 2015 | 12:30 p.m. EST | $55 Members; $80 Non-member
From security systems to coffee pots, more homeowners are embracing new technologies that allow them to control their houses through wireless technology. Brian Sullivan, editor of Property Insurance Report, stated: “The connected home timetable [is] unclear, but [the] end game is not.” Does your company have its end-game strategy in place? From understanding the data to beginning the connected-home insurance product development process, this webinar will help you to get a jumpstart on thinking through the insurance implications of the connected home.
Find out how trends in connected-home technology are creating utility for consumers that extends beyond insurance;
Learn why adverse selection is making it necessary for insurers to get involved early in connect-home insurance pilots; and
Discover what to look for when developing partnerships and understand the data so you can strategize future products, profitability, and relationship possibilities.
Interested in reaching our members? Consider partnering with NAMIC through our educational events. Our sponsors are critical to keeping registration costs at a minimum for member companies. We have carefully crafted sponsorships to help you gain exposure and target your audience. Several options are available for your consideration and we are happy to create something unique to meet your needs.
For more information, contact Aaron Lifford, Sponsorship & Advertising Specialist at (800) 336-2642, ext. 1055 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to learn more about NAMIC's sponsorship and advertising program, please click here.
Posted: Tuesday, March 05, 2013 1:51:11 PM. Modified: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 11:21:54 AM.
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