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Florida Supreme Court Weighs in on Delegation Language in Arbitration Provisions, Affirms Sufficiency of

Florida Supreme Court Weighs in on Delegation Language in Arbitration Provisions, Affirms Sufficiency of "Reference to Rules" Approach

April 8, 2022

The Florida Supreme Court has resolved a split among Florida state appellate courts as to how specific a delegation of arbitrability must be to delegate arbitrability issues to the arbitrator. This alert discusses the case and provides best practices with respect to arbitration for companies that do business with consumers in Florida or have employees in Florida.

Two Property and Casualty Bills Headed to Fla. Governor: What Insurers Need to Know

Two Property and Casualty Bills Headed to Fla. Governor: What Insurers Need to Know

March 28, 2022

The Florida Legislature has passed a handful of insurance-related bills, which are now headed to the governor for his signature or veto. This alert discusses two bills of particular interest for the property-casualty industry.

Colorado Division of Insurance Steps Up to the Plate for a Second Stakeholder Meeting

Colorado Division of Insurance Steps Up to the Plate for a Second Stakeholder Meeting

March 24, 2022

On April 12, 2022, the Colorado Division of Insurance (Colorado DOI) is rounding the diamond with its second stakeholder meeting as part of Colorado Senate Bill 21-169's (as codified in Colorado Statutes section 10-3-1104.9) required rulemaking process. The second meeting will continue the first meeting’s discussion on life insurance underwriting practices.

The SEC Has Proposed a New Cyber Disclosures Rule for Public Companies

The SEC Has Proposed a New Cyber Disclosures Rule for Public Companies

March 14, 2022

The SEC has stated its belief that the proposed four-day reporting requirement would “significantly improve the timeliness of cybersecurity incident disclosures, as well as provide investors with more standardized and comparable disclosures.”

Four Takeaways From the SEC's Proposed Cyber Rule for Public Companies

Four Takeaways From the SEC's Proposed Cyber Rule for Public Companies

March 11, 2022

The Securities and Exchange Commission recently published a proposed rule that would significantly impact public companies’ cybersecurity reporting obligations. This alert discusses the proposed changes and provides four key takeaways for publicly traded companies.

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