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    The Top 10 Most Frequent Market Conduct Issues of 2018
    (Recorded Webinar September 4 & 5, 2019) Join Kathy Donovan, Senior Compliance Counsel, as she presents her results on both Property & Casualty and Life & Health market conduct issues from 2018.
    Updates on Drones
    (Published July 22, 2016) ISO made a countrywide filing and received approval for various Commercial General Liability and Umbrella endorsements providing drone coverage. In addition, ISO has also developed Inland Marine non-filed classes endorsements for property related exposures. New FAA rule to allow operation for small unmanned Aircraft Systems in the National Airspace System for non-recreational and non-hobby (commercial) purposes.
    What Happens when Underwriting Guidelines are Marked Confidential in Texas
    (Published November 16, 2015) The Texas Department of Insurance recently issued a bulletin outlining the process it follows when an insurer requests confidentiality of the underwriting guidelines submitted with a filing for personal auto or residential property policies. This bulletin follows a ruling issued by the Attorney General’s office back in January of 2014, which found that an insurer’s underwriting guidelines for residential property policies are not considered confidential under the Texas Insurance Code. Bulletin B-0021-15, issued on September 11, 2015, reminds insurers of the ruling by the AG and provides information about how the DOI handles these confidentiality requests.
    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.