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  1. Ricardo Lara Elected To Be Next California Insurance Commissioner

    SACRAMENTO, CA (Nov. 9, 2018) — Democratic State Senator Ricardo Lara of Los Angeles will be the next Insurance Commissioner of California, according to final returns reported by the Secretary of State.  With 100% of all precincts reporting, Sen. Lara had 50.8 percent (3,393,189) of the v...
  2. Appellate Court Overturns Decision Limiting CDI Enforcement Powers

    SANTA ANA, Sept. 27, 2018 — The California 4th District Court of Appeals has overruled a trial court’s decision that had invalidated California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones’s attempt to radically rewrite California’s Unfair Insurance Practices Act (UIPA).  In Pacif...
  3. IIABCal Unveils New Automated Reputation Management Program For Member Agencies

    PLEASANTON, CA, Sept. 14, 2018 -- IIABCal has partnered with enterprise reputation management leader, SocialSurvey, to provide member agents and brokers with a new player-integration platform that connects and measures data at the individual employee level to drive behavior that creates a better cus...
  4. IIABCal Announces New Virtual Conference in November

    PLEASANTON, CA, Sept. 7th, 2018 -- IIABCal's first virtual conference is coming this fall and will provide IIABCal members with quality education sessions without having to leave their desks.   The LeadUp LearnUp (LULU) Virtual Conference will be held the mornings of Nov. 6...
  5. IIABCal Tells Legislature That California Independent Agents and Brokers Fear a Homeowners Insurance Availability Crisis

    SACRAMENTO, CA, August 15, 2018 - IIABCal yesterday delivered to the California Legislature a position paper that outlines a pending homeowners availability crisis.  "There has been much fanfare related to the increased liability of investor-owned utilities (IOUs) for wildfires, the cost of re...
  6. IIABCal Joins Efforts To Stop The Utility Bailout In California

    SACRAMENTO, CA, July 26, 2018 --  IIABCal this week joined wildfire survivors, consumer advocates and local government leaders to urged lawmakers to resist pressure from electric utilities to reverse existing wildfire liability laws that would give them a free pass on paying for the damage...
  7. Action Needed: Voice Opposition To Crop Insurance Cuts

    WASHINGTON, D.C., July 19. 2018  -- The U.S. Senate is considering the Farm Bill this week.  Significant crop insurance cuts are part of an amendment being offered by Senators Durbin (D-IL), Flake (R-AZ) and Grassley (R-IA). A vote on this amendment is scheduled to take place in ...
  8. Homeowners Insurance Renewal Requirement Bill Passes Assembly Committee

    SACRAMENTO, CA, June 21, 2018 - The Assembly Insurance Committee this week.passed legislation requiring an insurer to renew homeowners' insurance policies after a declaration of emergency and to submit wildfire loss data to the Department of Insurance. SB 824 (Lara, Dem-Bell Gardens) requires&nbs...
  9. Assembly & Senate Pass Significant Insurance Measures

    SACRAMENTO, CA, May 31, 2018 - The California Assembly and Senate this week past significant insurance bills during floor sessions in order to meet the June 1st deadline to pass bills from their house of origin.  Insurance bills of significance included:  AB 1875 (Wood, Dem-Santa Ros...
  10. IIABCal To Host Member Webinar on Dynamex Decision, May 31st

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA, May 17th, 2018 — IIABCal will host a member-only webinar in two weeks to explain what broker-agents need to know right away about Dynamex--the sweeping decision of the California Supreme Court that will force most California employers to stop hiring independent contractors, ...
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