Insurance Regulation And Legislation To Watch In 2013
Law360, New York (January 1, 2013, 4:23 PM EST) -- While insurers will keep a sharp eye on how federal regulators implement Dodd-Frank rules in 2013, they will also fight for a reauthorization of a federal backstop for terrorism insurance and closely watch policy proposals for tackling catastrophes in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Insurance attorneys are on the lookout for tightened regulations over force-placed insurance, a long-awaited report from the Federal Insurance Office on modernizing U.S. insurance regulation and, potentially, a fundamental change in how life insurers set aside reserves.
Here are some of the key regulatory and legislative issues that attorneys will be following in 2013.
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