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Jenner & Block Partner David M. Greenwald is co-chair of a session at the 2013 Annual Conference of the International Bar Association in Boston. Titled “Who Shall I Say is Calling? The Role of the Insurance Broker at Placement, Following a Major claim, and in Dispute Resolution,” the interactive session will examine the multi-faceted role of the broker both before and after claims arise. Co-sponsored by the Insurance Committee and Maritime and Transport Law Committee, it will be held Monday.
David is co-author of the comprehensive treatise Testimonial Privileges (West 2012), and co-editor of the IBA treatise Privilege and Confidentiality: An International Handbook (2012). He is executive vice chair of the Insurance Committee of the IBA and an active member of Working Group 1 of The Sedona Conference. He speaks and writes regularly on issues relating to the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine under US law and their analogues in non-US jurisdictions and on issues relating to e-discovery, ethics, and insurance and reinsurance. David is co-chair of the firm’s Reinsurance Practice and a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation, Insurance Litigation and Counseling, Domestic and International Arbitration and Bankruptcy Practices. He litigates in courts throughout the country, represents clients in domestic and international arbitrations, and conducts internal investigations domestically and around the world. David is a frequent speaker on topics relating to privilege, ethics, e-discovery, and insurance and reinsurance.