Art Insurance Methodology: Practical Concerns for Personal Property Appraisers - On Demand
Registration Information
January 29, 2015 | -
New York, NY

Members earn 3 CE Credits!

What do insurance companies want to see in an appraisal? How do insurance policies work? Do USPAP compliant appraisals facilitate the resolution of insurance claims? Purchase the recording of "Art Insurance Methodology" and learn from a distinguished panel of experts as they discuss these questions and clarify the complexities of insurance language and terminology. Title insurance and the role of the various professionals within an insurance company, including agents, brokers and underwriters, are also examined.

Blair Wunderlich, Fine Art Insurance Specialist, AON, Huntington T. Block
Alan Lyons, Partner, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Judith Pearson, President,  ARIS Title Insurance Corporation
Renee Vara, AAA, Director, Vara Fine Arts (and moderator)



$80 Appraisers Association Members 
$120 General Admission

Please register online above, or click here for the printable registration form.

The recorded version may be purchased at any time. Once you purchase the recorded program, you will receive a confirmation email that contains access instructions. 

About Advanced Issues for Appraisers: Now in its second year, the seminars in this series address advanced and complex methodology issues affecting personal property appraisers of the fine and decorative arts. All programs take place at the law offices of Herrick Feinstein LLP, at 2 Park Avenue in New York City. Each seminar qualifies for CE credits and is offered as a recorded program for those who are unable to attend. 


There are NO refunds for the recorded version.









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