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Climate Change: A New Era of Old Challenges for the Insurance Industry (PDF)

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This commentary, by the former Superintendent of Insurance in the State of New York and a co-author who both practice in Goldberg Segalla's Global Insurance Services Practice Group, reflects upon recent impacts of global warming on the insurance industry, the financial challenges encountered in the changing climate of insurance brought by global warming, and how the insurance industry is responding to the challenges posed by global warming.

 

James J. Wrynn is the former Superintendent of Insurance in the State of New York, is a partner at Goldberg Segalla, and heads the firm's insurance regulatory practice. Patrick B. Omilian is an associate with Goldberg Segalla. Mr. Omilian earned a J.D./M.S. Environmental Sciences degree at Indiana University and a B.S. in Natural Resources from Cornell University. Both authors practice in Goldberg Segalla's Global Insurance Services Practice Group.

 

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