After Election Night 2010, Florida's insurance landscape is sure to change.
To discuss results and their potential impact on the national and Florida's insurance market over the coming years, Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate Insurance Regulatory Attorneys Fred Karlinsky and Katie Scott Webb hosted a Webinar, entitled "How the 2010 Election Could Shape Insurance Law in Florida and Beyond." To listen to an audio archive and review a copy of their presentation, click here or go to: http://www-waa-akam.thomson-webcast.net/us/dispatching/?event_id=ff6e264ad5114b5dc89d08fae5437eee&portal_id=154f7403f09e9386c7e439eeba50a882.
Fred E. Karlinsky, a Shareholder at Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate, practices in the areas of governmental affairs, insurance regulatory law, transactional and administrative law and related matters. A member of the Florida Bar, Mr. Karlinsky has served as a primary industry strategist for all recent Florida insurance-related legislative initiatives regarding property and casualty, automobile, health, workers’ compensation and medical malpractice. One of the chief architects of a substantial revision to Florida’s automobile insurance law, he also was involved in the redrafting of Florida’s property residual market statute and various property insurance bills, as well as the re-write of Florida’s workers’ compensation and medical malpractice laws. Mr. Karlinsky, who serves as Florida counsel to the Property Casualty Insurers Association, is a member of the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals, among many other professional affiliations. Recently, he was appointed an Adjunct Professor of insurance law by Florida State University College of Law. He can be reached at email@example.com and +1 954 332 1749.
Katherine S. Webb, a Partner at Colodny, Fass, Talenfeld, Karlinsky & Abate, specializes in governmental consulting and insurance regulatory law. A member of the Florida Bar, Ms. Webb has significant experience representing clients in a wide range of legislative and executive branch issues, including insurance and public funding issues relating to appropriations. Before joining the Firm, she served a fellowship in the Florida House of Representatives’ Insurance Committee, working in the areas of legislative drafting and bill analysis. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and +1 850 701 3103.