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    Edwards Wildman's Ted Augustinos Analyzes How Captive Insurers Could Sprout in CT Soil in the Hartford Business Journal

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    Ted Augustinos, partner-in-charge of Edwards Wildman's Hartford office, discussed how Connecticut regulators are bracing for a fresh wave of small and medium-sized businesses to join big firms in opening potentially money-saving captive property-casualty insurers of their own in the Hartford Business Journal. In the article, "After Slow Start, Captive Insurers Could Sprout in CT Soil," Augustinos said, "It's a boost, frankly, for Connecticut to reinforce and retain its position as a leader in the insurance industry. Why would you sit out a segment of the insurance industry?''

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