October 1, 2019
Knoxville Bar Association
The CLE program "Avoiding a Legal Disaster in the Wake of a Natural Disaster" was originally presented and recorded on October 1, 2019.
Extreme weather events are becoming more common, as we have seen locally with record flooding in February contrasted with severe drought just three years ago. This CLE will provide an overview of regulatory requirements and other considerations to help clients prepare for and respond to disasters to minimize potential liability using the 2016 Gatlinburg Wildfires and subsequent litigation as a case study.
Speaker: Catherine W. Anglin, Paine, Tarwater & Bickers, LLP
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Approved for 45 minutes of "Online" General CLE Credit.
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Program Titles and Supporting Materials
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