36th Annual Conference

Virtual Conference

April 21-22, 2022

Directly thanks to the financial support of our generous Sponsors, you are welcome to join us at the Environmental & Emerging Claim Manager Association's 36th annual conference on April 21-22 … at absolutely no cost to you or your company!

Claim Professionals and Lawyers will earn 9 free CLE/CE credits- including an Ethics credit- in select states, plus remain current on environmental and emerging insurance risk knowledge in our niche market.

Additional details on these 11 emerging topics and expert insurance risk panels and our 2022 agenda are now available.

  • Coverage Case Law Update
  • Biden Administration Impact
  • Microplastics
  • Ethics
  • Environmental Justice
  • Environmental Release Timing & Fingerprinting
  • PFAS
  • Coal Ash Litigation
  • Ethylene Oxide
  • Environmental Coverage Litigation & Witness Preparation
  • Environmental, Social, Governance

Some 500 or so insurance industry professionals and business partners are anticipated at EECMA 2022, including:

  • (Re)insurer claim adjusters, underwriters, and in-house counsel;
  • Brokers;
  • Defense and Coverage lawyers; and
  • Environmental and scientific experts and consultants.

Over the decades, EECMA has annually attracted hundreds of claims professionals in person, and hundreds more virtually, including (re)insurers and brokers from across the country , including: Admiral, AIG, Allianz, Allied World, American Safety, AON, Arch, Ascot, Assurant, AXA XL, AXIS, Beazley, Berkley, Brandywine, Chubb, Continental Heritage, Coterie, Crum & Forster, Gen Re, Great American, Hanover, Hartford, Ironshore, James River, Liberty Mutual, Lockton, Markel, Marsh, Munich Re, Nationwide, Navigators, Partner Re, Philadelphia, R&Q, Resolute, RiverStone, SCOR, SiriusPoint, Sompo, Starr, Swiss Re, Travelers, Westfield, Willis Towers Watson, and Zurich.

We hope to welcome you next month to reconnect with industry peers and to learn about the ever-evolving insurance risks which impact our policyholders and our books of business. Please feel free to invite your colleagues and insurance clients to join us at EECMA 2022.

EECMA is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit association dedicated to help educate its members about the many issues surrounding emerging risks, environmental, asbestos, and other long-term exposure litigation that continues to challenge (re)insurers and our policyholders.

Please connect with other EECMA members and view updated conference information on our LinkedIn Group page at:

Complimentary CLE and CE credits for select states:

Continuing Education (CE) Adjuster Credits are approved in Florida and Texas. Attendees must attend the full conference to receive CE credit (no partial credit available).

Complimentary registration comes with Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit in one state and will be available in California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

If you would like to purchase CLE credits for additional states, there will be a $75 per state CLE charge which can be paid for when you register for the conference.

If you have any questions regarding CE or CLE, please contact Bethany Corio at [email protected]

Kind regards,


The EECMA Steering Committee

Gregory Kelder (Great American Insurance Group), President

Jane Black (Swiss Re, retired), Secretary

Kathleen Olear (Sompo), Vice President

Michael Diggin (Swiss Re), Treasurer

Jen David (Sompo), Webmaster