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You can also register for the Medical Liability Conference by e-mailing or mailing your registration form as noted below.
E-mail completed registration forms to PIAAMeetings@piaa.us.
Mail completed registration forms to:
2018 PIAA Medical Liability Conference
2275 Research Blvd., Suite 250
Rockville, MD 20850
The 2018 Medical Liability Conference is open to representatives of PIAA member companies and their subsidiaries as well as members and nonmembers. Please note that conference registration is required for members and nonmembers and their guests.
|Registration Fees||Regular &
Defense Law Firm
(15 & under)
*Registration completed online or postmarked by 4/6/18 with payment included.
**Registration completed online or postmarked after 4/6/18 with payment included.
***Includes Wednesday and Thursday night receptions, Friday lunch, and all breakfasts. Guests and children are not permitted in the conference session rooms.
For your convenience, session presentation materials and faculty profiles will be available on the 2018 Medical Liability Conference Presentation Website prior to the Conference. All paid registrants will receive login and password information via e-mail to access these materials. Printed copies of the presentations will not be available at the Conference.
Refund and Cancellation Policy
All requests for refunds must be made in writing and sent via mail or to PIAA. Those who request a refund on or before Friday, April 6, 2018 will receive a refund of 75% of the registration fee. Due to contractual commitments, all registrations and cancellations received after Friday, April 6, 2018, including no-shows, are not eligible for a refund. Substitutions are permitted with notification. For additional information regarding the refund or cancellation policy, please contact the PIAA Meetings Department at PIAAMeetings@piaa.us.
The dress code for the PIAA Conference is business casual. May weather in Orlando averages a daytime high in the mid 80’s and nighttime low in the mid 60’s.