Join Eileen Garczynski, senior vice president of Ames & Gough, for the 19th Annual Legal Malpractice & Risk Management (LMRM) Conference hosted by Hinshaw. Its the industry's premier event focused on current and important developments in the law, litigation of legal malpractice claims, malpractice insurance, professional responsibility, and risk management strategies. Eileen will be speaking on March 4, 2020.
Join Eileen Garczynski, senior vice president at Ames & Gough for a "Year in Review — Significant Developments in Malpractice" The claims moderator is Marissa Delinks, Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP and the panelists include Eileen R. Garczynski, Senior Vice President and Equity Partner, Ames & Gough and Marian C. Rice, Partner, L’Abbate, Balkan, Colavita & Contini, LLP.
Are firms seeing bad claims outcomes? What can recent trends tell us about the future claims environment? Experienced malpractice defense counsel and an officer of a leading malpractice insurance broker lead the audience in an interactive examination of current legal malpractice claim trends and exchange their predictions as to what those trends can tell us about the future claims environment. Also, the panel will take the audience on a year-in-review look at some noteworthy legal malpractice developments ranging from the viability of engagement letter arbitration provisions to judicial error and causation.
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Eileen Garczynski, senior vice president and partner, Ames & Gough will co-present a CLE seminar for the Virginia Bar Association with Lori D. Thompson, member, Spilman, Thomas & Battle on “Succession Planning for Your Law Practice,” Thursday, March 26 from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The seminar which provides 1.5 hours of MCLE credits, will be held at the Virginia Bar Association, 105 Whitewood Road, Charlottesville. The presenters will discuss best practices in succession planning and ways to prevent the loss of law firm intelligence. Additionally, participants will learn how to evaluate potential successors and discover why mentoring and training are vital parts of succession planning. The program will also examine various insurance options crucial to long-term succession planning. The seminar also will be available by Webcast simultaneously on March 26 and rebroadcast Wednesday, April 22 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It will also be accessible by telephone on the same dates and times as the Webcasts. For more information, click here.
Join Eileen Garczynski, Senior Vice President of Ames & Gough, at The Virginia Bar's Associations summer meeting July 18-21, 2013. She will be speaking on the topic of Enterprise Risk Management. Click here for more information.
Ames & Gough is a proud sponsor of the 2013 Capital Strategies and M&A Forum in Chicago, IL. Dan Knise, president of Ames & Gough, will be moderating a panel on risk management. To register please click here.
On behalf of the AIA South Jersey Chapter, Rob Hughes, partner, Ames & Gough, will present an educational session entitled, "Professional Liability Update-Current Claim Trends, Claim Examples and Developing Risks and Innovations in Insurance Coverage," on Tuesday, April 30 from 5-9 pm. The session, course #SJ1301, provides 1 LU professional continuing education credit. It will be held at Cousin Mario's Restaurant, 5401 Harding Highway #3, Mays Landings, NJ. For details and to arrange attendance, contact Joyce Scatuccio, AiA SJ Meeting Coordinator, 732-939-0709 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Eileen Garczynski, senior vice president and co-leader of the Ames & Gough Law Firm Practice will participate in a panel discussion – “How Fast Will Malpractice Insurance Rates Rise: What Does it Mean for My Costs?” – to be held Friday, April 26, during a Plenary Session on of the ABA’s 2013 Spring National Legal Malpractice Conference. The conference will take place at the Roosevelt New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, April 24 – 26, 2013. For conference details and registration, click here.
Join Ames & Gough at the ACEC Annual Convention April 21-24, 2013. Stop by and visit us at Booth 200. For more information on the ACEC Convention click here.
Eileen Garczynski, senior vice president of Ames & Gough and co-leader of the firm’s Law Firm practice, will present at a CLE seminar, “Most Common Legal Malpractice Traps and How to Avoid Them,” Thursday, April 18, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Bar Association of Montgomery County, 27 W. Jefferson St., Rockville, MD. The seminar is presented by the Hispanic Bar Association. For additional information or to arrange attendance, contact Eileen Garczynski, email@example.com.
Eileen Garczynski, senior vice president and co-leader of the Ames & Gough Law Firm Practice will present a seminar on “Enterprise Risk Management,” Wednesday, March 27, 2013, from 6 – 8 p.m. at the law offices of Wiley Rein LLP, 1776 K Street, NW, Washington, DC. For additional information, contact Eileen Garczynski, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Dan Knise, President and Eileen Garczynski, Senior Vice President of Ames & Gough at the Hinshaw Culbertson 2013 Legal Malpractice & Risk Management Conference.
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The expertise of the individuals at Ames & Gough has been invaluable to Hoyle Tanner. Over the course of many years, they have consistently provided Hoyle Tanner with knowledgeable advice and excellent service.James D. Boothroyd, P.E. , President, Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc.
During our more than five-year relationship with Ames & Gough, we have grown to depend heavily on their experience in the A/E industry. Their skill at identifying risk exposures, skill in reviewing our contracts, and personal approach to insurance brokerage have made Ames & Gough indispensable to our firm. As contract negotiations become more complicated and the risk of litigation greater, there is no price our firm can put on having Ames & Gough and a good lawyer on our team.Ms. Polly Brazelton, Senior Associate, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates
Ames & Gough has gone above and beyond in delivering on all their promises and commitments to AGC of America and its Chapters. Their responsiveness and insurance acumen have set them apart from other brokers we've worked with.Monique T. Valentine, CPA, CFO, , Associated General Contractors of America
I've worked with Ames & Gough for years regarding our firm's professional liability insurance. Ames & Gough has some of the most knowledgeable insurance professionals that I have met. They understand our business and apply their very deep insurance knowledge to help us. They are customer-focused and always put our firm's needs ahead of their own. Ames & Gough is out to save us money while also looking out for our best interests.Donald P. Nims, Jr., PE, Quality Assurance & Risk Manager, Bergmann Associates, Inc.
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We rely on Ames & Gough as our portal to the commercial insurance market for law firms. Their knowledge and service are exemplary, and we thank them for their contributions to our success.Phil Sunshine, General Counsel, Finnegan
For years, Hogan Lovells has relied upon Ames & Gough’s deep understanding of the professional liability issues faced by law firms. Our firm’s needs are consistently met by responsive, friendly senior-level professionals with an unyielding focus on client service and putting our needs at the fore.Warren Gorrell, Jr., Former Co-Chairman, Hogan Lovells
I believe we were Ames & Gough's first client. In those 25 years, they have never failed to provide us with exceptional service, well beyond being only our A/E broker. Their depth of service, their technical expertise, and their responsiveness to our requests set them apart and account for our long-term relationship.Jim Fagan, Chairman of the Board, Hazen and Sawyer
We have a lot of vendors, but Ames & Gough is not a vendor, they are our partners!Kevin Kokal, Founder & Owner, Alliance Engineering, Inc.
Beazley has had a close trading relationship with Ames & Gough since their formation in the 1990s. We consider them to be one of the real pros in their market niches of architects, engineers, and law firms. We appreciate their professional representation of their clients; as well as their integrity and attention to detail.Jerry Sullivan, Head of Professionals, Beazley Group
Effective risk management is an integral part of our company's productivity goals. Ames & Gough provides the support we need to help us understand and implement good risk management practices. Their professional seminars and outstanding support have helped us to keep our insurance costs down as well as to maintain high standards. We value our relationship with them, are happy that they are part of our team, and thank them for their contributions to our success.Mark Teden, Executive Vice President/Treasurer, Bruner/Cott & Associates, Inc.
Ames & Gough has always been very responsive to our queries, large or small, for contract review and situations regarding potential liability. They have provided immediate answers to quick questions, offering clear advice and direction, and have responded promptly on the more comprehensive requests.Suzette Bois , Controller , SMRT, Inc.
Ames & Gough has worked closely, proactively, and successfully with our law firm. They have been very effective at obtaining the best insurance coverage for the best price. Additionally, the personnel have been extremely responsive on all our risk management issues. They are very knowledgeable and we are glad they are an integral part of our team.Steve Leonard, Chief Operating Officer, Zuckerman Spaeder, LLP
Everyone at Ames & Gough has tremendous depths of knowledge about both design professionals and managing risk in the construction process. We refer firms to Ames & Gough because their professionalism is obvious from the first conversation. Their client focus, nationwide reach, and high level of services makes Ames & Gough an outstanding broker for any design professional. We've given Ames & Gough our 'Elite Broker' designation signifying that they are truly dedicated experts.Duane S. Repko, Vice President and Underwriting Manager-AE National Accounts Division, Victor O. Schinnerer & Company
Ames & Gough has proven, in a short time, to be a responsive, knowledgeable partner for AIR. Everyone on the team is quick to get back to us whenever we have a question. Importantly, they are also well-versed in the issues and possible solutions that confront our organization and have always been able to solve or prevent a problem. Better yet, they've saved us money and improved the coverage under our various insurance policies.Larry Trapuzzano, Director of Facilities & Administration, American Institutes for Research