Hartford, Connecticut 06110
Chuck started his career as an underwriter for Travelers underwriting all lines of commercial business and managing several independent agency relationships. He would later apply his insurance background as a transactional and regulatory lawyer in the insurance practice of the major international law firm LeBoeuf Lamb Greene and MacRae. In 2002 Chuck became the chair of the leading international insurance regulatory and transaction practice of the law firm formerly known as Edwards & Angell. In these roles, Chuck has served as a trusted advisor to numerous insurance and reinsurance companies, producers, agents and brokers, third party administrators and claims adjusters on complex insurance regulatory and transactional matters. He regularly represents clients before state insurance regulators. Chuck also serves as outside general counsel and insurance regulatory counsel to both insurance company and insurance agency clients.
|Areas of Practice||1) Insurance Regulatory and Transactional|
|Law School||University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D.)|
|Education||Trinity College (B.A.,1982)|
|Bar Member / Association||Connecticut State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||ACCEL Law Group P.C.|
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