Regulatory Law

During John Oxendine’s 16 years as the Insurance Commissioner of the state of Georgia he served in numerous leadership positions at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and was a very active member of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors. These experiences have given him a unique knowledge, understanding of, and experience in insurance regulatory law both throughout the United States and overseas as well.

Because of John’s unique position of being both an attorney and such a long-term Insurance Commissioner, he is in the unique position of being able to view cases and regulatory issues from not only the client’s position, but also from the vantage point of an insurance regulator. Very few attorneys in private practice have this unique expertise. Furthermore, as a result of his long tenure as an insurance Commissioner he has witnessed and participated in the creation of most facets of insurance law over the past two decades.

John routinely assist insurance company clients in all insurance regulatory matters including opposing disciplinary action by regulators, company licensing, new products filings, rate and form filings, multistate insurance trust operations, risk retention groups, risk purchasing groups, captive insurers, surplus lines insurers, reinsurance treaties,