Monthly CPCU Meeting
You are invited to the February 6, 2014 CPCU Meeting.
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Speaker: William Hickman
Of Counsel Attorney at Reed McClure
Topic: The Good, the Bad, and the Really Really Ugly
A high level overview of case law developments in WA insurance law
This event has been approved for 1 hour CE credit (course #610393)
During the past 45 years, Mr. Hickman has handled more than 450 appeals in state and federal courts. He heads the firm’s Appellate Team and is a frequent guest lecturer on appellate practice and procedure. Mr. Hickman’s reputation as an appellate attorney is outstanding. He has been elected as a Fellow in the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.
Since 1975, Mr. Hickman has edited the Washington Insurance Law Letter, a publication which reviews recent developments in insurance and tort law. The Washington Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals have cited the Law Letter. It has been admitted as a learned treatise in superior court litigation. In 1988, Mr. Hickman received an Award of Excellence from the State Farm Insurance Companies in recognition of “Outstanding Service” for editing the Law Letter.
Mr. Hickman is frequently asked to present seminars on such topics as appellate practice, bad faith, bioethics, violence in the workplace, and tort reform.
Mr. Hickman was a co-author and contributing editor of the Washington Appellate Practice Deskbook (First and Second Editions). Together with former Reed McClure attorney Mary DeYoung, he authored Allocation of Environmental Clean-Up Liability Between Successive Insurers, 17 Northern Kentucky L. Rev. 291 (1990). He was the Washington State editor of Products Liability: A State-By-State Compendium (DRI; 2004 and 2007).
He is a member of the Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association, and is a public arbitrator on the FINRA panel.
Mr. Hickman was named as a “Washington Super Lawyer” in 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Note: the PNW CPCU chapter is now using an online registration process for our meetings and events in order to provide a streamlined registration process. If you prefer, you can R.S.V.P. to Cathy Heine at 425-709-3715 or firstname.lastname@example.org and please leave your name, company and number attending. Please bring a guest!
Cost: If you are a paid and active member as of the meeting date, according to CPCU National records, you will not be charged the lunch cost. If not, the following lunch cost will be charged (parking included): Unpaid members/Guests - $35; Retired Members - $20. Sorry, we can no longer accept credit cards at the door.
If you have a particular food need, please contact Cathy Heine as outline above to make arrangements.
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