Summer's here, and so is the newest edition of the FORC Journal. Enjoy.
Tasha Cycholl, Editor
By Gary Kilpatric, Esq., MONTGOMERY & ANDREWS, P.A. and J. Brent Moore, Esq.,
Montgomery & Andrews
In 2012, the New Mexico Legislature set in motion a process that fundamentally changed insurance regulation in New Mexico. This article will examine the legislative and electoral process that lead to the formation of the new Office of Superintendent
By Richard J. Fidei, Esq., GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP, Fred E. Karlinsky, Esq.,
GREENBERG TRAURIG LLP and
Benjamin J. Zellner, Esq,, COLODNY, FASS, TALENFELD, KARLINSKY, ABATE & WEBB, P.A.
The 2008 financial crisis brought to light issues relating to so-called “too big to fail” financial institutions and spurred regulators into developing new standards for supervising large, globally active entities, including groups with insurance ent
By Anne Hampton Andrews, Esq., TROUTMAN SANDERS LLP
The 2014 Virginia General Assembly session adjourned sine die on March 8, 2014. Of the approximately 2,000 bills that were introduced during the 2014 session, less than half passed both the Senate and the House of Delegates.