Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer

    Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer

    Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer

    To help lawyers decipher the intricacies of captive insurance, this guidebook begins with a discussion of types of captives and addresses how to approach whether a captive makes sense for a business owner. The book focuses on various aspects of the captive’s operation and management—from taxation, special uses, and regulation to eventual exit and potential tax litigation issues. Captive insurance covers legal and non-legal practice areas such as taxation (domestic, foreign, state, and local), insurance (regulatory, coverage, and reinsurance), securities, commercial transactions, employee benefits, tax controversy, actuarial science, underwriting, and more.

    Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer

    Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer

    Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer

    To help lawyers decipher the intricacies of captive insurance, this guidebook begins with a discussion of types of captives and addresses how to approach whether a captive makes sense for a business owner. The book focuses on various aspects of the captive’s operation and management—from taxation, special uses, and regulation to eventual exit and potential tax litigation issues. Captive insurance covers legal and non-legal practice areas such as taxation (domestic, foreign, state, and local), insurance (regulatory, coverage, and reinsurance), securities, commercial transactions, employee benefits, tax controversy, actuarial science, underwriting, and more.
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    Many Fortune 500 companies, as well as mid-sized and small businesses and tax-exempt organizations, participate in captive insurance structures. To help lawyers decipher the intricacies of captive insurance, this guidebook begins with a discussion of types of captives and addresses how to approach whether a captive makes sense for a business owner.

    The book focuses on various aspects of the captive’s operation and management—from taxation, special uses, and regulation to eventual exit and potential tax litigation issues. Captive insurance covers legal and non-legal practice areas such as taxation (domestic, foreign, state, and local), insurance (regulatory, coverage, and reinsurance), securities, commercial transactions, employee benefits, tax controversy, actuarial science, underwriting, and more.

    Written by seasoned professionals with varying areas of expertise, Captive Insurance Deskbook for the Business Lawyer includes discussion on:

    • Various types of captives
    • Captive insurance company feasibility
    • Using a captive to fund employee benefits and the advantages of placing them in captives
    • Corporate counsel’s role with captives and managing conflicts of interest
    • The role of the domicile regulator
    • IRS examination of captive insurance
    • And much more

    Product Details

    Sponsor Groups

    Business Law Section

    Publisher

    ABA Publishing

    ISBN

    9781641050852

    Page Count

    176

    Product Code

    5070754

    Sponsor Groups

    Business Law Section

    Publisher

    ABA Publishing

    ISBN

    9781641050869

    Product Code

    5070754EBK

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