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    Why the Climate is Changing for General Insurance Regulation
    (Published December 4, 2017) Twelve years ago, in the U.K., general insurance firms and brokers found themselves on the receiving end of statutory regulation, which at the time must have felt like a significant shift from the previous regime. However, compared to the wave of regulatory change that has been aimed at the life and pensions sectors in this period, general insurance has had a relatively quiet time of things, and firms have been largely left to get on with running their businesses. However, recent developments suggest that this is all changing, and that the sector is going to be facing some tough challenges ahead. Martyn Oughton reports.
    Top 10 Insurance Market Conduct Issues - LIFE & HEALTH - 2015 Webinar Slides
    Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, presented these slides during a webinar to provide an in-depth review of the most frequent market conduct issues from 2014 in the life and health insurance industries.
    Complimentary Insurance Webinars: The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues for the Year
    (Live Webinars November 3 and 5, 2015) Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, hosts two webinars to provide an in-depth review of the most frequent market conduct issues from 2014. These webinars are a must for insurance compliance professionals seeking to understand what the regulators are looking for during an examination.
    The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues for Life & Health for 2013
    (Recorded October 28, 2014) Hear Kathy Donovan provide her in-depth review of the Top 10 Market Conduct issues from 2013 to avoid within the Life & Health Insurance Industries.
    Update on Parity Laws for Chemotherapy
    (Published May 6, 2014) The trend continues as more laws are being enacted providing benefits for chemotherapy treatment for cancer patients. Many states have taken action to mandate that certain insurers provide equal coverage for oral and intravenous chemotherapy treatment.
    Virginia Legislation to Strengthen Third Party Designee Notices Fails to Advance
    (Published February 11, 2014) On January 8, 2014, the state of Virginia introduced a bill that would require that a long-term care insurer must provide a notice of lapse or termination of the policy or certificate for nonpayment of premium via certified mail or commercial delivery while the policy cannot lapse until at least 60 days after the notice is sent.
    Behind the Top 10: A Closer Look at the Trends in Health Insurance 2012
    (Recorded November 13, 2013) A review of the Top 10 most frequent Market Conduct Trends in the Health Insurance Industry for 2012.
    What’s New at the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Commission?
    (Published March 25, 2013) Since 2006, the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Commission (“IIPRC”) has been a central electronic filing system for certain insurance products. As of the beginning of 2013, there have been several updates concerning standards, fee structure, and the IIPRC website itself.
    Life & Health Top Ten
    (Published December 2012) Review the Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues for Life and Health Insurance from 2012.
    Update on Parity Laws for Chemotherapy(1)
    (Published June 4, 2012) Many states have taken action to mandate that certain insurers provide equal coverage for oral and intravenous chemotherapy treatment. As of May 2012, 20 states enacted laws addressing insurance coverage for orally-administered cancer treatment.