Covering a wide range of important subjects, our library of highly informative YHC Webinars and Presentations are developed by Your House Counsel® as well as by individual Member Firms. We invite to review and download our informative and widely respected Webinars and Presentations.


In insurance law, it is the right of the insurance company to “step into the shoes” of the insured in order to recover from a legally responsible third party, for the loss paid by the insurance company to its insured.

Reservation of Rights
Prepared and presented by two of our Member Firms, the presentation covers all salient areas, including: Notice, Content, Waiver/Estoppel, Reimbursement in Reservation of Rights Context, Declaratory Judgment, Conflicts of Interest, Cumis Counsel, and What Is The Trend?

Resurgence of Lead
It’s not just lead paint anymore. And the standards have changed. Lead claims have resurfaced in things like water, the work place and recycling. The lessons learned from years of lead paint litigation and studies have led to an assumption that no level of exposure is safe. Join us as we explore these changes.

Changing Face of Insurance Defense
This in depth look at social media, alternative fees and where the insurance defense industry is going gives claims professionals an excellent overview of major trends that are affecting the industry today, and tomorrow.

Civil Liability for the Criminal Acts
Prepared by the YHC Member Firm representing New Jersey and New York, this presentation covers Civil Liability for Third Party Acts, Property and Business Owners, Municipalities and Public Entities, and Limitations on Liability.

The Collateral Source Rule
Plaintiff has incurred medical expenses and has received payments from a collateral source other than the defendant. Determining whether it reduces the defendant’s damages is just the start. Does the issue go to a jury? What evidence is admissible or not admissible? Join us as we explore these difficult issues across multiple states.

Where Cyber Meets The Road. Insuring Autonomous Transportation Options.
If 94% of all motor vehicle accidents are due to human error, can driver-assist and self-driving technologies make accidents less likely to occur? How will these technologies change how automotive claims are raised and defended? Please join us as we discuss issues in insuring autonomous vehicles.

Fraud Spotlight. Indicators of Fraud in All Lines of Claims.
Suspicious insurance claims have certain common attributes. The insurance industry and anti-fraud organizations have collected and organized these common attributes into lists of indicators, or red flags, of fraud. Join us as we discuss indicators of fraud in particular lines of claims.

Traumatic Brain Injuries Are on the Rise (And You Don’t Need to be A Neurosurgeon to Know Why)
Join us as we explore important factors to help you understand the TBI case and the increase in frequency of those cases.

National Trends in “Bad Faith” Litigation
Prepared by the YHC Member Firms representing New Jersey & Texas, this presentation covers Bad Faith Claims and Reservations of Rights in those two states, including Recent Cases, plus Criticisms and Anticipated Negative Effects.


You Can’t Get There From Here
Autonomous vehicles and drones won’t be delivery your cannabis anytime soon, but all three present developing challenges for insurers and claims professionals.

Understanding the Verdict Sheet
When the case goes to trial, who will be there to share the blame? The answer varies from state to state – with substantial implications.

This comprehensive presentation on the insurance industry’s major concerns with Drones which has been presented at major conferences and to leading industry groups around the country.

Out of Control Gun Violence
A discussion of security concerns from a premises liability viewpoint from both an insurer and insured with a focus on the potential exposure from victims and regulators and with a particular emphasis on violence in the workplace.

Vendor or Partner
A valuable and candid presentation of what it takes for a law firm to truly be a partner, from alternative fee arrangements to the benefits of having a legal partner, and more.