Carrie Rupprath is shareholder in Winstead's Corporate, Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. She represents clients with respect to regulatory issues, approvals and compliance matters. Her practice is primarily focused on representing clients in the insurance industry before the Texas Department of Insurance. She also has experience representing industrial facilities before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and assisting clients in the aggregates industry with a variety of transportation matters.
- Represents clients in enforcement and compliance matters before the Texas Department of Insurance, Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
- Represents clients with respect to approvals and licensing matters before the Texas Department of Insurance and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
- Provides legal and ethics advice to clients based on state administrative laws, specifically statues, rules and policies relating to the Administrative Procedure Act, the Open Meetings Act and the Public Information Act.
- Represents clients in the insurance industry in supervision, rehabilitation, conservation and liquidation proceedings.
- Represents insurance clients in connection with filings and approvals required under the Texas Holding Company Act.
- Advises clients in both the insurance and construction industries with respect to a wide range of federal and state regulatory compliance issues.
- Represents clients in the insurance, construction materials, and agriculture chemical industries in regulatory rulemaking proceedings.
- Assists clients in the construction materials industries with registration and compliance audits under TCEQ’s aggregate production operation registration program, implemented by House Bill 571 in the 82nd Texas Legislative Session.
- Successfully drafted legislation during the 83rd Texas Legislative Session related to implementation of the federal Non-Admitted and Reinsurance Reform Act and, on behalf of the Texas Aggregates and Concrete Association, transportation funding, overweight/oversize vehicle permitting, and aggregate mining activities.