State Banking & Insurance Commissioner Marlene Caride will speak at NJBIA’s Virtual Town Hall event on Oct. 13 and answer questions on issues impacting New Jersey business. The live event, co-sponsored with the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, begins at 9 a.m. via video conferencing. Go here to register to attend.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has released the report of the Federal Interagency Task Force on Long-Term Care Insurance (Task Force). The report, Long-Term Care Insurance: Recommendations for Improvement of Regulation, describes the work conducted by the Task Force and presents recommendations to reform the regulation of long-term care insurance (LTCI) in the United […]
The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance today announced it is accepting applications for community organizations to serve as Navigators to assist residents with health insurance enrollment for the upcoming Open Enrollment Period and throughout the year. The department is making available a total of $4 million in grant funding for Navigators, in an […]
When the pandemic hit, many businesses were surprised to learn that their business continuity insurance did not cover “viral contamination.” As Connell Foley attorneys Lisa J. Trembly and Aaron H. Gould explain in a recent blog post, viral events are viewed in the insurance industry as uninsurable. They cite a white paper by the American Property […]
Legislators today will tackle the last board list for the 2018-19 legislative session, which includes a revised bill to promote electric vehicle use in New Jersey, but not legislation on misclassification of employees or expanding bad faith lawsuits in auto and homeowners insurance. Any bills not passed by noon on Jan. 14 will have to […]