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    Alan Levin is a partner in the New York and Hartford offices of Locke Lord. He has served on the Executive Committee since 2012 and previously served as its Vice Chair. He served as Managing Partner of the legacy Firm of Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP from 2014-2015, and was the Firm Chairman from 2012-2014. Alan serves as legal advisor to many sectors of the insurance industry including, but not limited to, domestic, foreign and overseas insurers, and represents clients from all segments of the insurance industry including insurers - both property and casualty and life and health - reinsurers, producers, buyers of insurance, agents, brokers and reinsurance intermediaries, third party administrators, life settlement companies, hedge funds, captive insurance programs, including debt and private equity investments in financial services providers, insurance companies and alternative risk transfer (ART), lenders, investment banks, state insurance regulators, debtors and creditors of insolvent insurers and trade associations. In addition, Alan has been involved in providing advice to insurers, reinsurers, producers and private equity funds in the InsurTech space. Alan is focused on providing advice on the regulatory issues around InsurTech developments, advising clients on investments in InsurTech and the development of digital platforms. In addition, Alan has advised clients on use based insurance programs, software and hardware surrounding telematics and the regulatory implications regarding telematics.
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