Courthouse Plaza
199 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05402-0190
ph: 802-863-2375
dir: 802-846-8321
Overview

Captive Insurance paralegal.

Marie McHenry is a corporate paralegal in the firm’s Burlington office. Her practice is concentrated in business law with emphasis in captive insurance. Marie supports the firm’s insurance practice, which represents traditional insurers as well as more than 100 organized and operating Vermont single-parent and group captive insurance companies and risk retention groups, formed as stock corporations, mutuals, reciprocals, and limited liability companies. This practice involves licensing, initial capitalization and governance issues that arise after commencement of operations. In this capacity, Marie provides support on all aspects of the captive insurer’s operations, and ensures their on-going compliance with State insurance laws and regulations.

Marie’s experience includes more than 19 years of service in the captive insurance industry. She has attended numerous seminars sponsored by the Vermont Captive Insurance Association and the Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. on topics related to captive insurance, company management and the development, implementation and control of programs involving insurance products, financial services and contracted claims management. Marie has been with DRM for 10 years.

Education

Champlain College, A.S. Business Administration, 1989

Courthouse Plaza
199 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05402-0190
ph: 802-863-2375
dir: 802-846-8321
mmchenry@drm.com
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