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The D.C. Bar Lawyers' Professional
Liability
Program
Liability Insurance
Insurance Program
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USI Affinity and the D.C. Bar have partnered together to offer a comprehensive Lawyers' Professional
Liability Program available only to D.C. attorneys and their firms.
USI Affinity is
the endorsed
LPL provider
to the D.C. Bar.

Over

60
years

of experience in
Lawyers'
Professional
Liability
insurance.

USI Affinity has the expertise and market leverage to design
comprehensive and innovative insurance and benefits
packages for D.C law firms.

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5%

Premium
savings on their
LPL premium.

USI Affinity built its leadership position on personal service;
representatives work closely with law firms to understand their
practice, from the risks they face to their benefits and administrative
needs, then design a plan tailored to fit the firm's individual needs.

Access to
exclusive risk
management and
loss prevention
services.

Broad coverage and
policy features
tailored to meet the
needs of D.C. area
law firms.

Pro bono work is definitively covered.

Limits up to

$10,000,000

available for all qualified
D.C. law firms.

Choice of defense
costs inside or
outside the limit of
liability available for
qualified firms.

Liberalization clause - if the company adopts any revision that
broadens coverage under the policy, it will apply immediately at
no additional premium at any time during the policy period.

Supported by
the strength of
an "A" rated
carrier.

Free
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Easy Claim
reporting.

ERP for retired attorneys in good standing who have been insured
with the company for at least 3 years.

Court attendance expense reimbursement $500/day to a
maximum of $10,000 per claim and $50,000 in the
aggregate, no deductible applies
The company will provide up to $25,000/$50,000 per
policy period for the defense of a disciplinary proceeding,
no deductible applies and any payment is in addition to the
limit of liability
Multiple extended reporting period options, including an
unlimited option
Subpoena coverage of up to $25,000 per policy period, no
deductible applies and any payment is in addition to the
limit of liability
Broad definition of legal services include services for
others as a lawyer, arbiter, mediator, title agent, a notary
public, expert witness, government advisor, lobbyist, or
member of a bar association, ethics, peer review, or similar
board or committee and as an administrator conservator,
receiver, executor, guardian, trustee, or in a fiduciary
capacity (excluding ERISA)
Coverage for Privacy Breach Investigation ($20,000 per
policy period) and net-work Security Breach ($25,000 per
policy period) are now included

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Washington Lawyer - July 2017

Your Voice
From Our President
Calendar of Events
The Bar at 45
Annual Report 2016-17
1970s: Bar Beginnings
1980s: Reagan Reigns, Women Rise
1990s: Re-Envisioning & Expanding
2000s: Strength in the Face of Adversity
2010s: Solidifying the Bar's Future
The Founding of the D.C. Bar
A Conversation with Robert J. Spagnoletti
Attorney Briefs
Ask the Ethics Experts
Disciplinary Summaries
Last Word
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 4
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Your Voice
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - From Our President
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 7
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Calendar of Events
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - The Bar at 45
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Annual Report 2016-17
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 1970s: Bar Beginnings
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 1980s: Reagan Reigns, Women Rise
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 1990s: Re-Envisioning & Expanding
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 2000s: Strength in the Face of Adversity
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 37
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 2010s: Solidifying the Bar's Future
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 41
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - The Founding of the D.C. Bar
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 45
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - A Conversation with Robert J. Spagnoletti
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Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 49
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Attorney Briefs
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 51
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Ask the Ethics Experts
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 53
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Disciplinary Summaries
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - 55
Washington Lawyer - July 2017 - Last Word
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