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Legal Malpractice and Risk Management Conference

March 4-6, Chicago

This conference offers interactive panels comprised of leaders in their respective fields, from professional liability practitioners and law firm general counsel to insurance professionals. Each panel will provide a comprehensive examination of current developments with an emphasis on current developments in the law and litigation of malpractice claims.

Contact: 312.704.3329

www.lmrm.com

CICA Conference

March 8-10

Indian Wells, California

At this year's Captive Insurance Companies Association, captive managers and risk managers can exchange ideas and solutions with experts in the alternative risk arena and learn the strategies and make the connections needed to stay on course for success.

Contact: 952.923.4655

www.cicaworld.com

2009 Insurance Fraud Management Conference

March 8-11, Orlando

The Insurance Fraud Management Advisory Panel presents this conference for field or home-office claims managers, SIU managers or supervisors, insurance defense attorneys and third party administrators. Attendees can network with peers and discover how others in the field are staying a step ahead of insurance fraud schemes and investigating perpetrators effectively yet cost-efficiently. Attendees can also exchange ideas on effective SIU management strategies that they can adapt to overcome management challenges.

Contact: 800.888.4476

www.iso.com

CFO Rising 2009

March 8-11, Orlando

Engage in seminars covering strategic cash management, the an of stakeholder communications, building better risk-management processes, going green and the future of financial reporting. Speakers will include Robert J. Shiller, professor of economics, Yale University; W. Paul Bowers, EVP and CFO, Southern Co.; and Joe L. Price, CFO Bank of America Corp. and James A. Lawrence, CFO, Unilever; among others.

Contact: 888.767.5924

www.cforising. com

SIIA Legislative/Regulatory Conference

March 11-13, Washington

The Self-Insurance Institute of America's 23rd Annual Legislative/ Regulatory Conference is an opportunity to speak with the policymakers that will shape the health policy agenda throughout the year. Experience the political process first hand by participating in the "Walk on Capitol Hill." Meet with your federal legislators in their Capitol Hill offices and let your voice be heard. SIIA staff will set up your appointments and provide you with "talking points" and lobbying materials in advance of your meetings.

Contact: 800.851.7789

www.siia.org

2009 AAMGA Automation and Technology Management Conference

March 14-17, San Diego

The American Association of Managing General Agents presents "Bringing IT All Together," a conference focused on full utilization and implementation of automation and technology within the insurance industry. The event features speakers and networking opportunities during the three-day seminar.

Contact: 610.225.1999

www.aamga.org/events/145

NAIC 2009 Spring National Meeting

March 14-17, San Diego

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners' spring meeting will focus on all aspects of insurance, from property and casualty to international regulations to market regulation and consumer affairs. Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to speakers from numerous insurance agencies and corporations throughout the nation.

Contact: 816.783.8100

www.naic.org

8th Annual 2009 Business Continuity and Corporate Security Show and Conference

March 1 7-1 8, New York

This event will cover topics that include: resiliency program standards; emergency management in medical practice; employee and family preparedness; back-up systems and data storage solutions; living with the financial crisis; and managing corporate risk. …

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