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National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) 2022 Spring Meeting Summary
Category: Insurance Regulatory
The Mitchell Williams Insurance Regulatory team of lawyers recently attended the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) 2022 Spring National Meeting which was held April 4-8 in Kansas City, Missouri. The hybrid-format meeting had a robust agenda. Committees addressed a number of…
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Feds Require Insurers and Group Health Plans to Cover Cost of At-Home COVID-19 Tests Starting January 15
Category: Coronavirus (COVID-19), Employee Benefits, Employment, Insurance Regulatory
In an effort to expand the availability of free COVID-19 testing, the Biden-Harris Administration has announced that beginning January 15, 2022, insurance companies and group health plans will be required to cover the cost of over-the-counter (“OTC”) COVID-19 tests. This requirement is being…
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) 2021 Fall Meeting Summary
Category: Insurance Regulatory
The Mitchell Williams Insurance Regulatory team of lawyers attended the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) 2021 Fall National Meeting which was held December 11-16. The Hybrid-Format Meeting had a robust agenda. Committees addressed a number of national topics including…
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The Texas Department of Insurance Adopts New Reinsurance Rules
Category: Insurance Regulatory
The Texas Department of Insurance has taken the next step in implementing the Covered Agreement requirement by adopting rules relating to reciprocal reinsurers with the effective date of the rule on January 1, 2022. S.B. 1689 which adds the reciprocal reinsurer provisions to Texas law will become…
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New Mandatory Data Call for Texas-Licensed P&C Insurers
Category: Insurance Regulatory
On September 7, 2021, the Texas Department of Insurance (“TDI”) issued a mandatory data call to collect information about “disallowed expenses.” Disallowed expenses are certain administrative, operating, and other expenses incurred by an insurer that cannot be factored into the insurer’s rates, and…
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