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Lawsuit filed to set aside IRS Notice 2016-66

USA - December 30 2016 Two months ago, without any prior warning or public notice, the IRS issued Notice2016-66 which defined a number of common captive insurance...

Hurricane Matthew flood claims may not be entirely preempted by federal law

USA - October 18 2016 In the wake of Hurricane Matthew and its associated flooding (particularly in North Carolina and South Carolina), a recent case of first impression in...

Hurricane Matthew insurance tips for businesses

USA - October 10 2016 With Hurricane Matthew downgraded to a tropical cyclone, it is time for affected businesses, property owners, and insurers to focus on quantifying the...

Charlotte-area riots and looting could be covered by insurance

USA - September 22 2016 Businesses in Charlotte, North Carolina will most likely be covered by property insurance for damage caused by protesters. Additionally, some may be...

Steps to effectively cancel an insurance policy

USA - May 27 2016 The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently released an unpublished opinion further illuminating how insurers can effectively cancel worker's...