Top 50 Insurance Blog

One of LexisNexis Top 50 Blog Nominees!

We’ve recently been notified that our blog has been nominated as one of the LexisNexis Top 50 Insurance Law Blogs of 2011, featured on the LexisNexis Insurance Law Community.

LexisNexis is inviting Insurance law practitioners to comment on their list of nominees. If you’d like to support our Life Insurance Law Blog, please comment on the announcement post at LexisNexis Insurance Law Community

To submit a comment, visitors will need to log on to their LexisNexis Communities account. If you haven’t previously registered, you can do so on the Insurance Law Community for free. The comment box is at the very bottom of the  blog nomination page. The comment period for nominations ends on October 7, 2011. The LexisNexis Matthew Bender Insurance editors and their Insurance Law Advisory Board will give strong consideration to the comments received when they review all of the nominees and select the Top 50 Insurance Law Blogs of 2011 next month.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

Voted One of LexisNexis' Top Insurance Blogs for 2009

Lexis Nexis has published its [Top 50 Insurance Blogs for 2009] and it was great to be included! I am hopeful that this year’s postings have been valuable to readers too. One thing is for sure: there are always things to talk about when it comes to the regulation of insurance!

I am currently working on presentations for 3 sessions at the AICP National Conference in Dallas from October 3-6: Advertising 101, Innovations in Life Product Development and Federal Oversight of Financial Services. There is certainly lots of information to share on these topics and I am looking forward to some great discussions at the conference as well as here in this remote forum. It is always great to get feedback on issues both at conferences and here. I have some very interesting exchanges with readers of the blog and I encourage you to let me know what you think of my posts and the general issues surrounding the regulation of insurance. If you have thoughts on my conference topics, I’d love to hear from you on those as well.

I hope to see you in Dallas and keep all the feedback and conversations coming on the blog posts.

Thank you for your ongoing support.