ABA Webinar: State Insurance Regulators’ Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Speaking: Carrie Rupprath


On July 8th at 1PM (EDT) join ABA’s expert panelists to learn how state insurance regulators are responding to the greatest public health crisis to affect the United States in over a century to protect their citizens and businesses as well as their insurance markets.

The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting insurers and their customers in unprecedented ways. State insurance regulators are responding to protect their constituents as well as their insurance markets. Learn about the specific way's regulators are reacting to this world-changing event and the demands they are making on insurers. Actions by regulators in six of the largest and most influential states in insurance regulation will be covered in detail by panelists practicing in those jurisdictions.

Join this program to:

1. Understand how state insurance regulators react to major events that affect businesses and other insurance consumers in their jurisdictions.

2. Learn what regulators required from insurers operating in their states in the wake of the quarantines and shutdown orders following the onset of the pandemic.

3. Contrast how insurance regulators in large states are similar and different in their pandemic responses.


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