Kim Cauthorn is Director-North America and Legal Officer for SAMIAN Underwriting Agencies Limited. Kim has over 20 years of experience in law firm, academic, consulting, and insurance environments having held positions at Baker Botts, South Texas College of Law, Litigation Risk Management, Marsh, Kroll, and now SAMIAN. At SAMIAN, an intellectual property insurance underwriting agency that underwrites on behalf of several Lloyd’s of London insurance syndicates, Kim is the director responsible for North American support operations, head of claims, and US legal officer. She has assessed, quantified and managed intellectual property risk and developed risk management solutions including insurance, captives, and finite risk financing vehicles. She also has experience assisting clients with managing the costs and risks of intellectual property litigation and with intellectual property insurance claims. She has written extensively on intellectual property topics and has spoken on the subject at conferences in the US, Canada and Europe.
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Middle Market companies up to $500 million in revenue needing intellectual property insurance coverage to launch a new product, fulfill a contract requirement, facilitate a transaction, or move into a new geographic market
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Our company emphasizes its unsurpassed knowledge and experience in the niche area of intellectual property insurance. We write, teach, and present on this subject to associations, attorneys, and insurance brokers and agents.
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You are a licensed agent and there is information that every licensed agent should know about because during 2013 everyone will be preparing for the changes that Obamacare will have on everyone in 2014.
At our meeting last night Willie Martinez, the executive director of marketing made a statement that I thought was pretty powerful; especially for people like you who are already in the industry. He said that there will never be a year before major changes are about to take place. That's what 2013 is because in January 2014, things are going to change. It is this year that employers and employees are going to be looking for answers.
We have some new information from the government that's been released relating to health care. This is just like it was when the government made it mandatory for people to have car insurance. Who benefitted the most? The insurance companies who made it available.
We now have some plans to supplement what the Federal Govt. is going to institute that are going to be great because they will be affordable when companies are forced to get healthcare for their employees or be penalized. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO HAVE TO HAVE SOMETHING.
Send me your email address so I can send you more information that could increase your portfolio and help your current clients.
There are people who are still not going to be able to afford what the government proposes but there are some other alternatives that very few people are aware of.
Healthcare in our country is a multi-trillion-dollar industry, yet over 50 million Americans lack coverage of some kind.
We have a number of licensed agents that are benefiting from adding this to their portfolio.
Again email me for more information.
Also, let me reserve you a seat, Tuesdays at 7 pm at the American Workers Insurance Service Corporate Office at 11111 Richmond Ave. @ Wilcrest, Suite 200
I also invite you to a conference call where I explain what we have our hands on:
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