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On June 24, 2024, the New York Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) issued Insurance Circular Letter No. 6 (2024),[1] informing property and casualty insurers writing and delivering commercial property and liability insurance policies in New York, including excess/surplus lines insurers, that the newly enacted N.Y. Insurance Law § 3462 prohibits insurers from inquiring

It has been heavily covered in national news media that property & casualty insurers have been withdrawing from certain business lines, in particular homeowners, in states such as California, Florida, Louisiana, and Texas. Other states around the country are also experiencing heightened numbers of insurance carriers exiting some markets. In response states have been addressing

Please join Locke Lord and FTI Consulting for a complimentary webinar series on market influences and legal and regulatory issues impacting the health care industry in 2024. Over the next several months, we will explore the current deal-making environment, the role of bankruptcy and restructuring solutions and enforcement trends.
Tuesday, July 16
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On May 24, 2024, the Massachusetts Division of Insurance (the “Division”) issued Insurance Bulletin 2024-06, “inducements, rebates and affiliated entities” (the “Bulletin”). The Bulletin is addressed to “all licensed insurance companies and insurance producers.” The Division issued the Bulletin to “remind insurance companies, officers thereof, and insurance producers authorized to operate in Massachusetts” that Massachusetts

On May 23, 2024, the New York Department of Financial Services (the “Department”) issued Insurance Circular Letter No. 3 (the “Letter”). The Letter is addressed to “all insurers authorized to write property/casualty insurance in New York State, the New York Property Insurance Underwriting Association [‘NYPIUA’], and rate service organizations.” The purpose of the Letter is

On May 21, 2024, the DC Insurance Commissioner, Karima M. Woods, issued Bulletin 24-IB-002-05/21 on the Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Insurance to all Insurers licensed to do business in the District of Columbia.
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  • This brings the total to 12 jurisdictions that have adopted the NAIC Model Bulletin on the

Join Locke Lord, InsurTechNY and InsurTech Hartford for their next InsurTech Legal Academy webinar series on legal and regulatory issues ‎impacting the InsurTech industry. Each quarter, we tackle a new important topic impacting InsurTechs. This webinar will address the potential impact of AI Regulation on InsurTechs and give an overview of recent AI regulatory initiatives

Yesterday, the Privacy Protections (H) Working Group of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (“NAIC”) held its first meeting since the Spring National Meeting in March. The working group seeks public comment on its path forward as it reconsiders its options for revising the NAIC’s existing privacy framework. Multiple options are being considered. Firstly, should