The Insurance Regulation Answer Book 2011

The law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP has issued a press release announcing its publication of the Insurance Regulation Answer Book 2011, calling it "a high-level overview of the legal and regulatory framework governing the insurance industry in the United States."

From the press release:

The Insurance Regulation Answer Book 2011 provides current and seamlessly integrated coverage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the Dodd-Frank Act, Solvency II and other key recent legislative developments. It also provides the context and analysis to help navigate an increasingly complex regulatory landscape including:
  • The definitions of – and distinctions between – different kinds of insurance and insurers
  • An overview of state-based regulation including the role of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
  • The regulatory requirements for insurance company formation, licensing, investments, holding company systems, market conduct and financial condition
  • The role of reinsurance in spreading financial risk and related rules regarding financial statement credit
  • The impact of other regulators and recent federal and international reforms on state-based regulation

The Insurance Regulation Answer Book 2011 is available from the Practising Law Institute (PLI).

Insurance Regulatory Law intends to explore some of these same topics and subject matters in depth over the coming months.

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