The Property & Liability Resource Bureau intends to prevent any violation of antitrust laws at all their meetings and conferences.
Presenters and attendees at the Large Loss Conference must remember that their respective firms are competitors in the marketplace and that the McCarran-Ferguson Act and the laws of some states provide the insurance industry with only very limited immunity from federal and state antitrust scrutiny. Therefore, presenters and attendees must exercise care during all presentations and discussions, since even innocuous discussions of certain topics might later be misinterpreted as evidence of collusion.
At the Large Loss Conference, and all educational, social, and business development events connected with this meeting, there should be no discussion or agreement, formal or informal, expressed or implied, as to any matters which might give rise to an allegation of violation of antitrust laws. Subjects to avoid include:
The purpose of the Large Loss Conference is education. The strength, reputation, and national support of the Large Loss Conference are the result of its commitment to hardworking, intense professional development.
The official Large Loss Conference program also provides helpful forums for networking among insurer claims professionals and claims service providers. Any additional activity sponsored by a claims service provider in conjunction with the Large Loss Conference that undermines or conflicts with the primary educational purpose and reputation of the Large Loss Conference is prohibited.
As example, entertainment during conference and expo hours is a conflict and prohibited. Also, after hours entertaining of fifteen or more conference attendees by any one person, organization, or group that extends past 11:00 p.m. on an evening before morning sessions undermines the educational experience and is prohibited. "Adult themed" entertainment undermines the reputation of the event and is prohibited.
Failure to comply with the policy can result in sanctions, including but not limited to:
- Loss of exhibiting privileges at PLRB events
- Loss of speaking privileges at PLRB events
- Loss of attendance privileges at PLRB events
The Large Loss Conference are open only to those employed by the insurance industry and those who, as their primary business, provide goods and services directly to insurers. Others, such as public adjusters, brokers, and agents, are not invited and may not register nor attend. Any such uninvited person found attending the Conference will be asked to leave and will not receive a refund. Determinations regarding eligibility to attend will be made solely by PLRB. Under rare circumstances, an exception to this policy may be granted if PLRB determines that an exception is in the best interest of its members. Requests for granting an exception to the policy must be submitted to PLRB in writing. Granting of an exception is valid only if in writing. If you have any questions about this attendance policy or determinations made pursuant to this policy, please contact PLRB management in writing as soon as possible.
Attendees or exhibitors are encouraged to network and enjoy the meeting experience. Capturing memories of casual meeting activities and networking is permitted with permission of those prominently featured in an image or video clip.
PLRB event participation implies your consent to be photographed, filmed, or otherwise recorded for use by PLRB including on the PLRB website, social media outlets, news publications, and in its promotional materials.
Recording of Presentations is Strictly Prohibited
No one may electronically record or broadcast any portion of any PLRB conference or meeting without prior written consent of PLRB.
Videos and Photos for PLRB Use
PLRB Meeting attendance implies your consent to be photographed, filmed and/or otherwise recorded for use on the PLRB website or news publications. Please note that no technical presentations will be recorded without prior consent of PLRB or the authors.
Join a prominent gathering of top-notch claim professionals and service providers from across the nation in Nashville, where we'll:
Adjuster-led workshops encourage active audience participation, and provide an opportunity to learn from and with many of the industry's leading experts and performers. Classes are offered in three large-loss tracks:
Who Should Attend? Large loss claims adjusters and managers, supervisors, general adjusters and EGAs, complex case managers, senior claims management, and service providers who work with these claims. This is an excellent program for those who aspire to or are being groomed to adjust large and complex property and casualty claims within their respective organizations.
Interacting with other insurance professionals. The educational experience. Thinking outside of the box, and being inspired to create, innovate. Challenges to the status quo, and disrupt current approaches.
How the sessions were set up-discussion from experts on the panel, then case study and audience participation.
Complex loss case studies and network opportunities and vendor interactions
It was nice to mingle with other claim professionals and share experiences