NASP’s Subrogation Litigation Skills Conference and Executive Forum

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 28 LAWFUEL – US Litigation Announcements – National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP), the world’s largest insurance subrogation association and leader in subrogation education, is
pleased to announce its Third Annual Subrogation Litigation Skills
Conference, taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada at The Mirage on March 27 and 28, 2008. This unique educational event is designed to enhance the
litigation skills of subrogation attorneys, in-house counsel and insurance professionals involved in the litigation process.

This year’s Agenda includes four tracks — Property Subrogation
Litigation, Auto Subrogation Litigation, Health Subrogation Litigation and
Workers’ Compensation Litigation. All tracks will give attendees a chance
to interact with their peers and explore important issues involved in the
litigation of subrogation mediation and lawsuits.

As a precursor to the Subrogation Litigation Skills Conference, NASP is once again holding its Executive Forum on March 27, 2008. The objective of this invitation-only Forum is to facilitate interactive discussions among top insurance executives relating to pertinent issues in today’s subrogation environment and give participants an opportunity to discuss key challenges with their peers in a small, group setting. This year’s Executive Forum Committee is being chaired by John Foster, Subrogation Consultant, P&C Claims of State Farm Insurance and NASP’s newly appointed
president elect. John, whose impressive credentials in the insurance
industry, coupled with his leadership and commitment, has proven to be an
incredible asset to the NASP Board and to the Executive Forum planning

NASP takes great pride in providing outstanding subrogation educational
opportunities, and the Subrogation Litigation Skills Conference is no
exception. Attendance is expected to be nearly double that of the first
Subrogation Litigation Skills Conference in 2006. Don’t miss out! Celebrate 2008 – The Year of Subrogation by joining us in Las Vegas for this exciting program – the ONLY place for subrogation litigation education.

For registration information, please visit NASP’s website:
( nference_Brochure.pdf)

The NASP mission is to enhance the stature and effectiveness of
subrogation and recovery professionals through education, training and the exchange of information.

Gloria Isackson, Executive Director

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