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Harold E. McKee Riordan, Donnelly, Lipinski

Michael A. Stover Whiteford Taylor

Marina Popovic Acting Vice President of Purchasing

& McKee, Ltd. Chicago, IL

Preston LLP Baltimore, MD

Chicago Transit Authority Chicago, IL

Gianni Ciufo Partner, Infras


Mark S. Vecchio Venable LLP

Advisory and Project Finance, Financial Advisory Deloitte & Touche LLP Toronto, Ontario, Canada

New York, NY

Peter C. Haley

Larry DeVos

Neilsen Haley & Abbott LLP San Francisco, CA

Zurich North America Baltimore, MD

2:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m.

also present one of our own with the coveted Marty Andrew Award for lifetime achievement in our industry. This luncheon is a not to be missed event!


IT’S NOT SO HARD BEING GREEN—AN OVERVIEW OF GREEN CONSTRUCTION AND ITS USE WITH PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS What it takes to “go green” when building. An overview of “green” design, construction, incentives, and legal issues in this rapidly developing sector of the construction industry, and

its role in PPP projects.

2:45 p.m.-3:15 p.m.

FEDERAL AND STATE REGULATORY STRUCTURES FOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS This session will look at the framework within which PPPs must operate, at both the federal and state levels. The supporting paper features a comprehensive survey of the federal and

state regulatory structures for PPPs.

3:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.


FUNDAMENTALS FOR A LIFELONG PARTNERSHIP: THE LIFECYCLE APPROACH TO INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY Governments across North America are turning to PPPs to deliver major infrastructure projects. This final presentation will discuss the private and public sector perspectives for creating successful PPPs using a project lifecycle approach that emphasizes robust up-front planning, a rigorous transaction process, and an open and collaborative working relationship between the partners through the operating life of a project.

4:30 p.m-4:35 p.m.


2:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m.

PITFALLS (FROM INSURED’S PERSPECTIVE) WHEN DEALING WITH MULTIPLE CARRIERS Presenting claims to multiple insurers poses a unique challenge to an insured. This session will explore the potential pitfalls an insured may face when presenting a claim to multiple insurers.

Shannon Briglia BrigliaMcLaughlin, PLLC McLean, VA

Edward K. Etcheverry Etcheverry Harrison LLP Fort Lauderdale, FL

Ty G. Thompson (Moderator) Mills Paskert Divers P.A.

Tampa, FL

D Government of Ontario, Canada Toronto, Ontario, Canada Saad Rafi e p u t y M i n i s t e r , M i n i s t r y o f E n e r g y a n d I n f r a s t r u c t u r e

2:45 p.m.-3:15 p.m.

INSURERS’ ETHICAL DUTIES TO INSURED WHEN ACTING AS CO-INSURERS Handling claims presented to multiple carriers presents unique ethical and legal challenges. This session will explore an insurer’s ethical duties to an insured when acted as co-insurers and practical tips to avoid undue burden on an insured.

Kerry M. Everson

One Beacon Insurance Company Stillwater, MN

John J. McDonald

Meagher & Geer, Minneapolis, MN


3:15 p.m.-3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.


UNDERSTANDING THE INNER WORKINGS AND UNIQUE RISKS PRESENTED BY PUBLIC ENTITIES Fidelity insurers face unique risks when insuring public entities and public pension plans. Francie Heller, Managing Director-Client Relations for Chilton Investment Company, has more than twenty years experience consulting with public entities and public pension plans on investments. She will discuss the process by which public entitites and public pension plans evaluate and approve investments and unique risk and control issues posed by public entities and public pension plans.

Francie Heller Chilton Investment Company New York, NY

4:30 p.m.-4:35 p.m.


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