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Sexual Abuse and the Child Victim Act: Implications for Liability and Coverage

Presented by Florina Altshiler

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Course Description

Length: 55min    Published: 9/30/2020    
There have been a number of recent legal reforms in the United States regarding the issue of sexual assault, including New York's Child Victim Act enacted in 2019. In this program, attorney Florina Altshiler dives into civil litigation issues in the area of sexual assault, with an emphasis on the Child Victim Act sexual abuse claims and the insurance litigation and coverage issues that arise out of these claims. Topics include: - Civil liability for sexual assault offenses - Insurance coverage issues arising out of sexual assault claims - New York State’s Child Victim Act - The unfortunate events test - Understanding and applying the single occurrence test to a coverage analysis - Intentional act exclusion implications
Learning Objectives
* Learn the history and impact of the Child Victim Act
* Understand civil liability when it comes to sexual assault offenses
* Know how to assess possible insurance coverage arising out of a sexual assault claim

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Presented By:

Florina Altshiler

Buffalo, NY


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