NEW YORK - Leading insurance law firm Nelson Levine announced today that Maureen Adolf, a former senior insurance executive with Prudential Financial, has joined the firm. As the Senior Vice President of the firm’s Government Relations Practice, Maureen will advise clients on insurance regulatory issues and related corporate business practices, and compliance. Maureen will also assist clients to effectively frame issues for regulators and offer insight to the pending changes in insurance regulation at the state, federal and international levels.
At Prudential, Maureen served as Corporate Vice President in the External Affairs Department where she led multiple policy initiatives, developed legislative strategies, and engaged in regulatory negotiations, lobbying, coalition building and industry relations. Maureen also directed legislative and political programs, and engaged in state, federal and international regulatory issues.
“Maureen is well-known and highly regarded in the insurance industry,” said Mike Nelson, Chairman of Nelson Levine. “Her knowledge on substantial regulatory issues as well as her first-hand experience in emerging matters, such as Prudential’s recent designation as a systemically important financial institution by the Financial Stability Oversight Council, allows her to offer clients a unique perspective on the issues and needs of the industry. Her addition to the firm further strengthens our relationship with industry legislators and regulators.”
In addition to her work with the firm, Maureen is President-Elect and a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Financial Women’s Association. She was also selected to participate in JumpStart NYC, a program through the State University of New York’s Levin Institute, where she advised an IT firm on interacting and conducting business with government agencies. Maureen will also participate on Nelson Levine’s Executive Board.
With offices in the United States and London, Nelson Levine (www.nldhlaw.com) provides comprehensive legal services to the insurance industry in the areas of regulatory, class action, reinsurance, business practices, complex litigation, coverage, complex casualty exposures, financial exposures, subrogation, bad faith and insurance fraud.