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Antonita Madonna

Demand for D&O insurance explodes with SPAC-related activity and future litigation concerns

Apr 27 2021

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INSIGHT: U.S. insurers face more pressure, scrutiny on role in climate change

Mar 01 2021

New York(Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) - U.S. insurers lag behind their European peers in pledging action to mitigate climate change, but a push to get them to do more is gaining pace. Early climate moves by President Joe Biden's administration could also pave the way for more regulatory pressure from federal and state regulators this year.

OUTLOOK 2021: Regulatory challenges abound for U.S. insurers as Biden takes over, pandemic rages

Jan 28 2021

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U.S. health agency mandates review of regulations every 10 years

Jan 11 2021

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Biden may step up regulations for U.S. insurers, bolster Affordable Care Act in pandemic fight

Nov 13 2020

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Regulatory relief and insurers' adoption of telehealth key to keeping momentum in U.S.

Sep 25 2020

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U.S. health insurers, wary of telehealth overuse, urge more planning in policy easing

Jul 27 2020

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Lack of adequate insurance puts healthcare workers at risk of malpractice lawsuits

Apr 23 2020

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U.S. states, insurers rush to ease restrictions on access to coronavirus testing, care

Mar 10 2020

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) - U.S. health insurers voluntarily eased some restrictions related to coronavirus testing on Thursday as states insurance regulators raced to issue broad emergency orders removing more cost barriers preventing infected individuals with insurance from seeking medical attention on time.

Coronavirus-related risk low for U.S. life and health insurers

Feb 05 2020

New York(Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence) - The U.S. insurance industry is closely watching the spread of the coronavirus 2019-nCoV in China but it is too early to tell if its occurrence in the U.S. mainland will evolve into a major risk for domestic life and health insurers, experts said.

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