MARTINSBURG -- Kay Fuller, Director of Litigation at the Martinsburg office of Martin & Seibert, has been recently nominated to speak at the 22nd National Advanced Forum on Bad Faith Litigation, in Orlando, FL.
According to its annual host, the American Conference Institute, the forum "shapes the future of bad faith litigation strategies for leading outside counsel, in-house counsel and claims examiners in the insurance industry."
Aside from lecturing nationally, Fuller recently appeared in Washington, D.C., on behalf of the Defense Research Institute to litigate to a national mock jury on the issue of punitive damages in insurance-related cases. She is currently engaged in an appeal to the United States Supreme Court on a matter of privacy rights and commercial speech that should clarify the relationship between individual privacy rights and governmental and industry reporting requirements.
Active in the legal industry, Fuller is also an advocate for the recognition of women in law and business, has lectured and authored articles for insurance companies, and has been recognized as an expert witness in the field of insurance "bad faith."
Her presentation concerning the ethics of attorney-client privilege and work product protections will take place Dec. 1 at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando.
Martin & Seibert has been practicing law for more than 100 years and has offices in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. The firm offers full-service legal representation in a wide range of practice areas, including litigation, employment, government affairs, collections, and workers' compensation.
Renowned for its political influence in the legislative development of the state of West Virginia, Martin & Seibert, L.C. serves as national counsel for numerous high-profile clients where the technical skill to win complex matters is essential. Managing litigation, documents, and data, the firm defends large class actions and mass litigation and returns results.
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