The past fifteen years have seen extensive examination of the process of regulation of the insurance industry. The recognition that insurance is interstate commerce has caused a reappraisal of the traditional system of state regulation. This examination has been primarily oriented toward determining whether diverse regulation by the various states is adequate in the light of the possibility of centralized federal control.
Bartlett A. Jackson S.Ed.,
Insurance - Regulation - The Extraterritorial Effect of Insurance Regulation, With Particular Emphasis on New York,
Mich. L. Rev.
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