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Vol. 15 Edition 4 - Winter 2004
Vol. XV, Edition IV - December 2004

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TEXAS COUNTY MUTUALS
By Jack M. Cleaveland, Jr., Esq.
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THE NEW D.C. CAPTIVE ACT
By Arthur D. Perschetz, Esq.
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A CHALLENGE FOR US ALL
By Scott M. Kosnoff, Esq. and Charles T. Richardson, Esq.
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RECENT CHANGES TO MISSOURI INSURANCE STATUTES
By Mark G.R. Warren, Esq.
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THE VALIDITY OF ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS IN INSURANCE POLICIES
By Keith A. Wenzel
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AS GOES MAINE?
By D. Michael Frink, Esq.
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TEXAS COUNTY MUTUALS
Still Alive and Kicking

Jack M. Cleaveland, Jr., Esq.
THOMPSON, COE, COUSINS & IRONS, L.L.P.
(214) 871-8280

In September 2000, we wrote an article in the FORC Quarterly Journal of Insurance Law and Regulation entitled Texas County Mutuals: Their Tradition and Their Future. 

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THE NEW D.C. CAPTIVE ACT
A Creative Response to an Evolving Market

Arthur D. Perschetz, Esq.
BAKER & DANIELS LLP
(202) 312-7410

In November 2004, in an effort to keep pace in an ever-changing field, the District of Columbia (the ?District?) amended its captive insurance laws by enacting the Captive Insurance Company Act of 2004 (the ?Act?). 

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A CHALLENGE FOR US ALL
Insuring the Uninsured

Scott M. Kosnoff, Esq.
FAEGRE BAKER DANIELS, LLP
(317) 237-1201

Charles T. Richardson, Esq.
FAEGRE BAKER DANIELS LLP
(202) 312-7487

With nearly 45 million Americans lacking health insurance coverage,2 America's uninsured problem has sparked a national debate certain to last well beyond the 2004 campaign season. 

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RECENT CHANGES TO MISSOURI INSURANCE STATUTES

Mark G.R. Warren, Esq.
INGLISH & MONACO, P.C.
(573) 634-2522

Recently, there have been a number of changes to the Missouri Insurance Statutes found in Chapters 374, 375, and 379, RSMo. 2003. This article will attempt to highlight these changes. 

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THE VALIDITY OF ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS IN INSURANCE POLICIES

Keith A. Wenzel
Attorney at Law

Recently, the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri decided a case involving a highly litigated issue concerning the interaction between state and federal law with respect to life insurance policies. 

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AS GOES MAINE?
The Dirigo Health Insurance Plan

D. Michael Frink, Esq.
CURTIS THAXTER STEVENS BRODER & MICOLEAU LLC
(207) 774-9000

Based on information from the Office of Maine?s Governor, John Baldacci, in the past 10 years Maine?s health care costs have more than doubled, from $3.7 billion in 1994 to an estimated $7.7 billion in 2004. 

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