On April 6, 2018, The American Law Institute held the 2018 Early Career Scholar Conference on the topic of “The Future of Insurance Law and Regulation.” The conference was organized by 2017 Early Career Scholar Daniel Schwarcz (UMinn Law) and included four panel discussions on various topics in insurance law. This video covers Panel 3: The Role of Courts and Regulators in Policing Insurance Policy Terms.
Moderator: Daniel Schwarcz (University of Minnesota Law School)
Panelists: Michelle Boardman (George Mason University Law School); Omri Ben-Shahar (University of Chicago Law School); Erik Knutsen (Queen’s University Law School); Jeffrey Stempel (University of Nevada, Las Vegas Law School)
Welcome and Keynote
Panel One: Balancing State and Federal Regulation of Insurance Markets
Panel Two: Modernizing Insurance Rate and Market Regulation
Panel Four: Key Unresolved Issues in the Restatement of Liability Insurance Law and Designing a Restatement of First-Party Insurance Law