Southern California consumer attorney Michael B. Horrow will be a speaker at The Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles (CAALA) 35th Annual Las Vegas Convention, the nation’s largest trial lawyer convention.
The Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles is the nation’s largest local association of plaintiffs’ attorneys. Consumer Attorneys protect people from unsafe products, unsafe medicine, unfair business practices and unscrupulous, negligent corporate conduct. Through education and training, Consumer Attorneys subscribe to the highest standards of quality legal representation and ethical conduct. As attorneys who solely represent the interests of consumers, our association is a powerful advocate for victim’s rights and equal access to justice.
Sunday, September 3, Michael Horrow will speak during the panel “Hot Topics in Insurance Bad Faith” and discuss health and disability insurance bad faith cases.
Michael Horrow is AV rated as a lawyer, the highest distinction for lawyers recognizing both ability and ethics. He was voted a Southern California SuperLawyer by his peers and before a SuperLawyer “Rising Star.” He has tried lawsuits in State and Federal Courts throughout California and lectured on issues of insurance coverage and insurance bad faith to the ABA and various other prominent consumer organizations. From 1998 to today, the sole focus of Mr. Horrow’s practice has been in insurance bad faith.
More About CAALA’s Annual Las Vegas Convention
CAALA’s Annual Las Vegas Convention is the largest convention of trial attorneys in the nation. It’s been held annually in Las Vegas since 1983. The convention is an excellent opportunity to connect with over 2,800 attendees and over 140 legal service exhibit booths all in one location.
Attorneys can earn up to 20 hours of continuing education, including all specialty credits, during one exciting weekend in Las Vegas. The weekend features 20 education sessions presented by over 120 of the nation’s most accomplished trial lawyers, jurists and experts covering a wide variety of practice areas and latest developments in trial advocacy.