For more than 20 years, Mary Jane Wilson-Bilik has helped her insurance company clients comply with the fast-changing requirements of state and federal regulators and successfully respond to state unclaimed property and market conduct examinations and changes in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations, with a particular focus on cybersecurity. Her extensive knowledge of company operations and of insurance, unclaimed property and securities regulation and corporate governance helps clients evaluate and refine compliance procedures to improve positioning with regulators, including unclaimed property administrators and securities and insurance regulators, and to address cybersecurity risks.
Mary Jane advises on the development, disclosure and administration of life insurance products, including variable, indexed and fixed products. She assists her clients gauge legal risks and develop solutions, assessing operations and procedures of insurance companies and their affiliates for compliance with federal securities and state insurance and unclaimed property laws and regulations.
Sutherland advises numerous U.S. life insurers in responding to subpoenas and multistate market conduct examination requests.
Sutherland counsels a coalition of major life insurance companies on evolving state and federal regulations and other legal developments.
Sutherland advises insurance company and other clients on unclaimed property audits and remediation strategies.
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Honorable John M. Ferren, U.S. Court of Appeals - D.C. Circuit.