Julie Pomerantz is an insurance regulatory and corporate lawyer who has practiced in the insurance regulatory space across the United States (primarily in Georgia and Texas) since 1994. Julie works with clients on all aspects of insurance regulatory law and related corporate matters, including, providing strategic planning and legal advice related to transactions, licensing, compliance, holding company issues and ongoing operations for all types of insurance entities and all aspects of the insurance industry.
In addition to working for Mitchell Williams and its predecessor, Long, Burner, Parks, & DeLargy since 2001 Julie was a regulator in the Georgia Insurance Department. Julie leverages her experience as a former regulator drawing upon her knowledge of the regulatory environment and department structure to assist clients in navigating insurance departments to help obtain favorable results. Julie works with insurance departments in most all U.S. states, and has particularly strong relationships with the Insurance Departments in the states of George and Texas.
Julie assists insurance companies, insurance agencies/agents/MGA, health maintenance organizations, self insured entities, surplus lines and any other insurance entity or insurance licensee on all forms of insurance-related corporate, licensing and regulatory matters in Georgia, Texas and other states. She works with clients to provide legal counsel for administrative investigations, market conduct exams and financial examinations; formations, expansions, mergers, acquisitions, conversions, demutualizations, admissions, and re-domestications; registration statements/Form B, C, F, transactions between and among insurance group affiliates/Form D, and any other holding company needs; reorganizations, rehabilitation, and liquidation of insurance companies.
Julie represents insurance companies/entities, individuals, and businesses, before the state departments of insurance evaluating the design and assisting with the approval of insurance products, advising on forms and rates in multiple states, and counseling on privacy and anti-fraud policies and procedures.
Julie's experience includes strategic counseling, project planning and management, negotiation and drafting of forms and documents, preparation of regulatory filings, including filing and obtaining the regulatory approvals. She has experience with large and small transactions requiring regulatory approvals in multiple states.
Julie has a background in both the public and the private side of insurance law across the United States. Julie is a former regulator and senior enforcement attorney with the Georgia Insurance Department where she oversaw a variety of matters relating to life and health and property and casualty insurance.