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March 2017 Notices     Go back to Notices
13 Carrier Insolvency - CastlePoint National Insurance Company in Conservation
On July 28, 2016, the Superior Court of the City and County of San Francisco entered an Order Appointing Conservator, in the case entitled Insurance Commissioner of the State of California v. CastlePoint National Insurance Company, Case No. CPF-16-515183 ("Conservation Order"). Pursuant to the Conservation Order, the California Insurance Commissioner has been appointed as the statutory Conservator of CastlePoint National Insurance Company ("CastlePoint"). The Conservation Order authorizes and empowers the Commissioner, through his Conservation & Liquidation Office, to conserve CastlePoint and its assets for the benefit of CastlePoint's claimants, creditors and shareholders, as provided in Sections 1010 through 1062 of the Insurance Code of the State of California.  See more detail on the Insolvent Carriers page.
9 The Negligence, Insurance and Workers’ Compensation Section of the Maryland State Bar Association will be presenting a program on the UEF and SIF at the MD Workers’ Compensation Commission, 3rd floor meeting space, on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 4:30 pm. The program will include a panel discussion, including tips on how to present a case involving the UEF and/or SIF. The Speakers are Scott Massengill, Principal Counsel, UEF; Terrance Doyle, Assistant Attorney General, SIF. The panel will include Chairman R. Karl Aumann, Commissioner Delia Turano Schadt, Commissioner Jeffrey T. Weinberg and Commissioner Patricia Adams with Moderators Mitchel M. Gordon, Esq. and Joan P. Adelman, Esq.
1 Reminder to Practitioners:  Do not use color paper when sending/submitting documents to the Commission. This includes exhibits submitted at the hearing. Color paper does not work well with our scanning process and may render the document unreadable when converted to electronic format. Thank you for your cooperation.