Morris, Manning & Martin has appointed partner Tony Roehl as co-chair of the law firm's insurance and reinsurance practicse.
Based in Atlanta, Roehl shares leadership of the group with Robert 'Skip' Myers, who is Managing Partner of the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Roehl will be concentrating on insurance regulatory and corporate matters, along with speaking nationally on topics such as insurance aspects of drones, self-driving cars, and other unmanned vehicles.
He has experience in assisting insurance companies and insurance agencies with mergers and acquisitions, and also advises insurance companies, private equity investors, entrepreneurs, insuretech companies and alternative risk transfer vehicles regarding all aspects of company formation, licensing and regulatory compliance, Holding Company Act filings and transactions, and managing the approval of form and rate filings.
Roehl is also on the board of the Georgia Captive Insurance Association (GCIA) and chairs the organisation’s legislative committee.
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