How to Efficiently Incorporate Case Law Decisions Into Your Business Strategy
With more than 200 federal and state appellate and high courts nationwide releasing new decisions every day, there are more than 1,000 new legal decisions issued each year for the General Liability line of business alone. It’s an understatement to say that it’s a daunting task to track, aggregate and analyze new cases and determine their impact on your business. Understanding how to quickly and efficiently incorporate legal decisions into your business strategy and operations is critical.
Join this complimentary webcast which will explore a case law scenario to show the potential impact of a legal decision and its implications for insurers. You’ll also learn:
- Strategies and tactics to help you better track, analyze, and manage case law
- How to better use your valuable resources to focus on strategy and operations rather than new cases
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|William Mauro, ISO Senior Director, CourtSideTM
William (Billy) Mauro is director of commercial casualty product development at ISO. Since joining ISO in 2003, Mr. Mauro has been involved in the development of many of ISO’s commercial casualty initiatives, including drone coverage options, data breach exclusions, additional insured revisions, and liquor liability coverage options.
Mr. Mauro has also helped develop ISO’s businessowners, farm, homeowners, home healthcare, and the market segments programs – and now most recently, CourtSide.
Mr. Mauro has contributed articles to several insurance publications and Gen Re’s Policy Wording Matters, and has presented at events run by a number of industry organizations, including the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (now APCIA), and the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies. Before joining ISO, he was a licensed life insurance agent and worked on life insurance product services at Morgan Stanley.
Mr. Mauro graduated with a bachelor of science degree in business management and finance from Brooklyn College, a City University of New York.