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David Broemel Joins Baker Donelson's Insurance Regulatory Group

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(Nashville, TN / October 2, 2013) David Broemel has joined Baker Donelson's Insurance Regulatory Group as senior counsel in the Firm's Nashville office.

Mr. Broemel has extensive experience advocating on behalf of various insurance trade associations and insurance companies, and has drafted and helped to pass major insurance legislation in Tennessee. He defends his insurance clients in disputes and litigation, and also helps oversee their acquisitions and regulatory challenges. Mr. Broemel has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America® in the area of Insurance Law since 2007 and serves as Executive Secretary for the Tennessee Insurance Guaranty Association.

"David brings a wealth of insurance regulatory experience to our team and we are confident that his background will serve as a great benefit to our clients. I worked with David on many projects during my tenure as Commissioner of Insurance and now look forward to working with him as a member of Baker Donelson," said George Dale, senior public policy advisor in Baker Donelson's Jackson, Mississippi office and former Mississippi Insurance Commissioner.

Mr. Broemel previously served as the General Counsel to the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (1974-1981), and serves on the Board of the Directors for the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry. He is a Board Member of the Battle of Nashville Preservation Society, and is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam War.

Baker Donelson's Insurance Regulatory Group is experienced in all aspects of insurance regulation, and is comprised of former senior insurance regulators with more than 50 years of combined service at the highest levels of state insurance departments, and other attorneys and senior public policy advisors who served as in-house counsel for insurers and in senior staff positions in Congress.


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