Lead Trial Attorney and Director of Litigation Spencer Kuvin will be presenting a portion of an uninsured and underinsured motorist
seminar in West Palm Beach next month.
The Advanced Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law seminar is hosted by National Business Institute, or NBI, and will be
held on December 5
th, 2013 at the Embassy Suites West Palm Beach. The address is 1601 Belvedere
Road, West Palm Beach, FL. 33406.
The course provides attorneys and paralegals with 7.0 CLE credits, afforded
by The Florida Bar.
The schedule for the seminar is as follows:
DETERMINING COVERAGE AND VALUING DAMAGES IN UM/UIM CASES
9:00 - 9:45, Steven N. Ainbinder
PROCEDURAL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR HANDLING SUBROGATION, RIGHTS OF REIMBURSEMENT AND LIENS
9:45 - 10:30, Steven N. Ainbinder
EFFECTIVE SETTLEMENT NEGOTIATIONS AND ARBITRATION
10:45 - 11:30, Spencer T. Kuvin
BAD FAITH – AN INDELIBLE PART OF UM/UIM PRACTICE?
11:30 - 12:15, Stephen A. Marino Jr.
SPECIAL ISSUES THAT CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR CASE
1:15 - 2:00, Stephen A. Marino Jr. and Steven A. Stinson
LEGAL ETHICS IN INSURANCE PRACTICE
2:00 - 3:00, Spencer T. Kuvin
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON CURRENT TRENDS IN UM/UIM/SUM LAW AND PRACTICE
3:15 - 4:30, Steven N. Ainbinder, Spencer T. Kuvin, Stephen A. Marino Jr.,
and Steven A. Stinson
Spencer Kuvin will be speaking on current case law that shapes settlement,
litigation, and arbitration, advanced negotiating tactics, using mediation
to your advantage, and documentation.
During the second half of his presentation, Mr. Kuvin will explore ethical
topics that include attorney-client privilege, how to track and collect
attorney's fees, and avoiding conflicts of interest in representation.
Mr. Kuvin focuses his practice on Plaintiff's rights at The Law Offices
of Craig Goldenfarb, P.A. He is a Board-Certified Civil Trial Attorney,
and is recognized by attorney rating publications that include Florida
Trend, The Best Lawyers in America, and South Florida Legal Guide. Mr.
Kuvin graduated with honors from St. Thomas University Law School, and
has been a member of The Florida Bars since 1996.
Tuition for this seminar is $359.00 for the first registrant; $349.00 for
each additional registrant. You can
register for the event by clicking here.