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Carlton Fields Strengthens Insurance Regulatory Practice with Addition of Beth A. Vecchioli

Tallahassee, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Beth A. Vecchioli has rejoined the firm in its Tallahassee office. As Senior Director - Government Consulting, Vecchioli will serve as Co-Chair of the firm’s Property and Casualty Regulatory Group.

A former member of Carlton Fields for nine years, serving as a government consultant from 2003-2012, Vecchioli advises clients in the areas of insurance regulation, lobbying, and financial services matters. She has extensive experience in the regulation of all types of insurance, reinsurance, and specialty insurance products. She assists companies in the development of their insurance offerings and products, including policy forms, contracts, and premium charges.

“Beth has a skill set that will directly support our growing insurance practice,” said Steven J. Brodie, Co-Chair of Carlton Fields’ Insurance Industry Group. “Her extensive regulatory and lobbying experience will be a tremendous asset as we continue to grow our national platform.”

Vecchioli also assists companies in obtaining licensure and in resolving regulatory issues in Florida and many other states. She secures licenses for insurance companies, agents, agencies, adjusters,  reinsurers, third-party administrators, and various specialty insurers, including motor vehicle service warranty providers and continuing care retirement communities. She also helps clients resolve regulatory disputes pertaining to investigations, disciplinary actions, examinations, and accounting disputes. Her client roster includes insurers, reinsurers, mortgage brokers and lenders, as well as national technology companies.

As a senior level manager and regulator at the Florida Department of Insurance/Office of Insurance Regulation for more than 10 years, Vecchioli brings to Carlton Fields the benefits of her significant government relationships. She also has worked as a senior analyst for the Florida Department of Banking and Finance as well as a government consultant in the private sector, where she represented insurance and financial services clients before the Florida legislative and executive branches.

“This is like coming home for me,” Vecchioli said. “The strength of Carlton fields’ bench in the insurance space is so attractive, as is its national reach. I’m excited about the leadership role that I will have and I look forward to continuing to build our insurance practice and take it to new heights.”

A frequent speaker on the latest trends affecting insurance regulation and legislation, Vecchioli has been a member of many professional and community organizations, including the Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists, Tallahassee Habitat for Humanity, the Florida Workers’ Compensation Joint Underwriting Association, American Cancer Society, and the March of Dimes.

Prior to joining Carlton Fields, Vecchioli served as a senior policy advisor and member of Holland & Knight’s Florida Government Advocacy Team. She received her B.S., with honors, from the University of Florida.


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