Insurance

I did not intend to return, yet again, to the summary judgment opinion in Sellers as gist for a blog post. Something about it that I haven’t touched on yet, however, keeps overlapping with other developments which caught my attention because of their relationship to long standing interests of mine related to trial work, discovery,

On April 22, 2024, the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner issued Technical Assistance Advisory 2024-02 regarding “The Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Insurance” (the “Advisory”). The Advisory applies to “all Insurers.” The Advisory is based upon the “NAIC Model Bulletin: Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems by Insurers.”
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Commissioner Kathleen Birrane, Maryland Insurance Administration, on April 22, 2024 issued Bulletin No. 24-11, The Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems in Insurance (the “Bulletin”). The Bulletin applies to “all Insurers, Nonprofit Health Service Plans, Health Maintenance Organizations, and Dental Plan Organizations.” The Bulletin follows nearly verbatim the NAIC Model Bulletin: Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems