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Coverage College® 2014 Brings Over 600 Students Together for Eighth Annual Insurance Industry Event

October 3, 2014

The eighth annual White and Williams Coverage College® had a record turnout on Thursday, October 2, 2014 with over 600 students representing more than 140 companies from 19 states. The College is highly regarded as one of the premier insurance industry educational programs on the East Coast and provides insurance professionals the opportunity to participate in diverse curriculum of insurance liability and coverage topics.

This year's College began with the Dean of the College, Gale White, welcoming students and conducting an interview with Siri. Dean of Students, Randy Maniloff, presented the American Law Institute’s “Principles of the Law of Liability Insurance” as this year’s General Session, while Dean of Curriculum, Michelle Coburn, and Associate Dean, David Edwards, saw to it that the College and the curriculum ran like clockwork.

Following the General Session, students attended Masters Classes they had chosen from a selection of sixteen courses on topics such as jury trials and arbitration, long-tail coverage claims, insurance insolvency, bad faith issues, and technology and cyber insurance.

Special guests the Jersey Boys arrived during lunch and performed a medley for the students. Throughout the event, students had the opportunity to meet and network with the College’s seven exhibiting sponsors.

The event concluded with a cocktail reception where students entered into a putting contest for a chance to win $25,000. The putt-off lasted nine rounds, and students were able to learn firsthand about insurance coverage for promotions.

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