The “Major Monday’s” Webinar
In this video, “Ethical Duties When Representing the Subrogor,” Christopher Major, Civil Practice Team Leader at Lois Law Firm, leads a conversation about the ethical considerations for defense counsel representing a subrogated interest in a civil claim. This video is from a live presentation on April 15, 2020.
Major discusses the following:
- Ethical problems arising from the actual conflict of interest.
- What are the rights of the workers’ compensation carrier to the proceeds of a third-party lawsuit?
- How discovery or disclosure works when the plaintiff is not cooperative.
- How recent case decisions will impact the practice in 2020.
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Why LOIS Has a Dedicated Civil Litigation Practice
Lois has a dedicated Civil Litigation Practice to serve general liability, premises liability, automobile liability insurance carriers and third party administrators in reimbursement claims under New York WCL § 29 and New Jersey’s Section 40 (N.J.S.A. 34:15-40). Our attorneys also regularly represent these clients’ insureds in defense of personal injury matters filed in all counties in Metropolitan New York, all counties in New Jersey and in the federal courts.
About the Host, Christopher Major, Esq.
At LOIS, Chris leads the Civil Litigation Practice, where he defends the interests of carriers and self-insureds in general liability claims including civil first-party defense in all personal injury, construction accident and motor vehicle accident negligence suits.
Christopher also protects and enforces the rights of carriers and self-insureds in all subrogation-related actions, including prosecuting subrogated actions in civil court under New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Statute Section 40 (N.J.S.A. 34:15-40) and New York Workers’ Compensation Law Section 29, asserting statutory demands for reimbursement under Section 40 and Section 29, litigating intercompany loss transfer in motor vehicle accident claims pursuant to New York Insurance Law Section 5105, and defending workers’ compensation carriers and self-insureds in New York HIMP-1 reimbursement requests.
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