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Join us at the NRRA 2016 National Conference on September 27-29 at the Chicago Water Tower Hotel

The NRRA 2016 Conference is a 3-day, fast-paced educational conference, packed with an impressive slate of speakers, and the latest information about the regulatory, judicial and legislative issues facing RRGs.

This year, hear from highly qualified thought leaders who will discuss the wide-scale impact of autonomous technology and explore the risks and challenges of insuring the exploding world of combined technologies.

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NRRA Creates Virtual Company, Autonomous RRG: Hypothetical Case Study Expected to Stimulate Conversation by Panelists and Thought Leaders at 2016 National Conference in Chicago

ENCINO, Calif. – April 26, 2016. The Executive Office at the National Risk Retention Association announced today that information will be released soon on Autonomous, RRG, a virtual company designed to promote dialogue at the 2016 NRRA National Conference.

Conference attendees will work together to build Autonomous, RRG by leveraging features, strategies, and programs used by companies outperforming the traditional industry. State-of–the-art risk management and other creative strategies that maximize the protections afforded by the Liability Risk Retention Act (LRRA) also will be explored.

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NRRA Files Amicus Curiae Brief in the Louisiana Supreme Court Prompted by “Split of Authority “ Between Courville (Allied Professionals) and Ziegler (CPA Mutual)

ENCINO, Calif. – On April 22, 2016, the National Risk Retention Association (NRRA) filed its newest amicus curiae brief in the Louisiana Supreme Court in support of CPA Mutual Insurance Company of America Risk Retention Group (CPA) in the ongoing case of Ziegler & Inspeq. Services v. Housing Authority of New Orleans. CPA filed on that same day its writ of certiorari before the Louisiana Supreme Court.

CPA was added before the trial court as a named defendant in its capacity as the liability insurance carrier for one of its insured members, under that state’s “direct action” statute. CPA was dismissed by the trial court on the same grounds as cited in Courville v Allied Professionals Ins. Co. RRG. Plaintiff appealed and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed using an unusual procedural basis, placing Ziegler at odds with Courville, decided last year by the First Circuit court of appeals in Louisiana.

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Please mark your calendars and plan to attend NRRA's 2016 National Conference.  

September 27 - 29, 2016
Sofitel Chicago Water Tower Hotel
Chicago, IL