P/C Public Policy Update—Winter 2022
December 20, 2022 | 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. EST | USQS CE Available
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Hear updates on the latest property/casualty (P/C) public policy developments and emerging issues for 2023 at the state and federal levels, plus the latest on the Academy’s Casualty Practice Council work in these areas.
The discussion will open with an overview of P/C Risk-Based Capital (RBC) and updates on long-term projects. Speakers will then explore two topics in depth:
- Medical marijuana in workers’ compensation, including a look ahead at a forthcoming issue brief that will address several issues for employers when considering the impacts of medical marijuana; and
- Methods to identifying and removing bias, including a discussion of various methods for identifying potential bias and methods of preventing or addressing potential bias.
There will be time for questions and answers.
- David Traugott, MAAA, FCAS
Chairperson, Property and Casualty Risk-based Capital Committee
- Krystal Ross, MAAA, ACAS
Member, Workers' Compensation Committee
- Susan Kent, MAAA, FCAS
Vice Chairperson, P/C Committee on Equity and Fairness
- Mike Woods, MAAA, FCAS
Member, P/C Committee on Equity and Fairness
- Amy Angell, MAAA, FCAS
Vice President, Casualty
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