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Barry Leigh Weissman Reappointed to Nevada Property & Casualty Advisory Committee

Property & Casualty Insurance   |   Property and Casualty Insurance   |   Insurtech   |   June 14, 2022
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Barry Leigh Weissman, a Los Angeles-based Carlton Fields shareholder, has been reappointed to the Property & Casualty Advisory Committee of the Division of Insurance for the state of Nevada Department of Business and Industry.

“Your experience and knowledge of the insurance industry has provided the Property & Casualty Advisory Committee valuable expertise,” wrote Nevada’s Commissioner of Insurance Barbara Richardson in a recent letter. “It is with great pleasure that I reappoint you to this committee for a two-year term.” The appointment expires in May 2024.

Richardson also noted that she looks forward to Weissman’s continued beneficial contributions.

Weissman’s legal career spans more than four decades where he has used his significant insurance and reinsurance industry knowledge. He represents insurance and reinsurance entities in regulatory proceedings, transactional matters, and resolution of disputes in both litigation scenarios and alternative dispute mechanisms such as arbitrations and mediations. Weissman also partners with clients in both investing and purchasing insurance entities such as brokerages, insurance companies, and insurtech entities. In the past two years, he has been involved in performing due diligence (including analysis of transaction documents) for clients investing in excess of $1 billion.

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