|Best's Recommended Insurance Attorneys|
|Regulatory and Compliance|
|215 South Monroe Street, Suite 701|
|Tallahassee, Florida 32301|
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|For over 40 years, Colodny Fass' experienced lobbyists and veteran governmental consultants have advocated for the passage, defeat, approval, veto, and modification of legislation, regulatory rules, and executive actions. The Firm also specializes in insurance regulatory and transactional law, commercial and civil litigation, and administrative law. Its litigation practice group handles commercial, civil rights and employment matters at both the trial and appellate levels.
The Firm's comprehensive insurance regulatory practice includes the representation of insurers, reinsurers, surplus lines insurers, risk retention groups, captives, managing general agencies, agents, reinsurance intermediaries and premium finance companies. With significant regulatory experience involving a wide range of licensing and compliance issues, the Firm represents its clients in connection with formation and financing; mergers and acquisitions; adding lines of business; expansion into other states; market conduct and financial examinations; financial issues; statutory accounting procedures; portfolio transfers; assumptions; risk-based capital levels; capital infusion issues; reduced collateral obligations; rate, form and rule filings; and agent and agency matters. The Firm also represents insurance carriers in the defense of major institutional class actions raising complex constitutional and federal rights issues. In addition to insurance companies, the Firm's litigators have represented reinsurers, managing general agents and brokers in complex matters where its knowledge of insurance and regulatory law has been indispensable. The Firm's various practice divisions are powerful adjuncts to providing a substantial governmental affairs platform for total client representation.
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|(Revisors of Florida Insurance Law Digest for this Publication)|
|(This firm also appears in the General Defense section of this publication)|