RevolvingDoor.jpgIn my Sept. 3 blog entry, I ran a column by my fellow editor at NU’s life and health weekly, Steve Piontek, hammering insurance regulators in general, and the NAIC in particular, for allowing a revolving door to keep swinging between the industry and the insurance departments overseeing the business. I agreed with Steve’s take, noting that I couldn’t have said it better myself. But this week I published a counterpoint by Caroline Scott, a former general counsel of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Read on and let me know what you think.

Ms. Scott, who is also a former general counsel at the Texas Department of Insurance, is currently a partner at Casey, Gentz & Magness LLP in Austin, Texas. Here is her view on this controversy:

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