LMA Newsletter – Pre-2019

Since 2012, readers of the LMA Newsletter have received timely information and insights about Florida’s insurance marketplace. Published weekly during legislative sessions and bi-weekly the rest of the year, the newsletter focuses on current insurance and related issues impacting disaster management, environment, engineering, construction, and real estate interests. There are also stories of encouragement for those who work in this industry notwithstanding its challenges and “pearls” of information that will help readers raise the bar. During the Florida legislative session, the newsletter provides tracking, analysis and insight on bills and broader issues being considered by the legislature of impact to insurance and related interests. The stories are searchable using the search window at the top of the right column.

LMA NEWSLETTER MARCH 13, 2017

A Puzzling Start to the 2017 Session  
The Senate President Pro-Tem and Chair of the Banking and Insurance Committee filed a puzzling bill on Friday, March 3, the weekend leading into 2017 Florida legislative session with a proposed comprehensive reform

LMA NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 27, 2017

Here It Comes – 2017 Session Convenes Next Week 
We have counted almost 75 Senate and House bills that will either directly change how insurance companies do business or indirectly affect the industry through judicial impact, business practice, or regulatory

LMA NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 13, 2017

Finding Talent and Keeping It
On a weekly basis, LMA receives inquiries asking about available talent for professional positions and the proverbial, “do you know someone looking for a position who can do xxx”?  All of us know that unemployment

LMA NEWSLETTER JANUARY 30, 2017

Guidance and Leadership
When considering the importance of leadership in solving problems, I’m always eager to learn from those who came before us for guidance and inspiration.  As our nation readies for the launch of a new presidential administration, we

LMA NEWSLETTER JANUARY 16, 2017

Show Them Some Love!
The tragedy at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport last week was a grim reminder of the dangers faced by our citizens and this country. But whether it is gun violence or a natural disaster, Florida has men