News & Events – Captive Insurance
Aug 18, 2023
Since 1983, Primmer attorneys have been recognized as the Best Lawyers in America. For the past 40 years, the law firm of Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer has had attorneys named on the Best Lawyers in America list.
May 15, 2023
Vermont law firm, Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer provided pro bono legal support for the captive formation of the non-profit insurance fund, Reporters Shield.
Mar 17, 2023
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC is thrilled to announce that they have again been named as Best Place to Work in Vermont for 2023.
Aug 02, 2022
Primmer, Piper, Eggleston & Cramer is pleased to announce that Ryan Gadapee has been invited to moderate a session at the 2022 Vermont Captive Insurance Association's Annual Conference, entitled, "Insights Into Ethical Leadership".
Jul 27, 2022
Primmer, Piper, Eggleston & Cramer is pleased to announce that Ryan Gadapee has been invited to speak at the 2022 Vermont Captive Insurance Association's Annual Conference. As part of a 3-person panel, Ryan will be part of the "Captive Owner Case Study" presentation.
Jun 22, 2022
Establishing a Separate Account may be the right fit for certain captive insurance companies looking to add business that they wish to segregate from the captive’s core insurance program. Come find out more about separate accounts when Primmer attorney, Randall Wachsmann speaks as part of VCIA 2022.
Apr 27, 2021
Attorney and Shareholder Jesse Crary is featured in the April 2021 edition of Risk & Insurance Magazine.
Sep 19, 2019
On September 16, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced IR-2019-157, a limited-time global settlement offer for certain taxpayers under audit who participated in what the IRS has deemed as abusive micro-captive insurance transactions.
Jul 18, 2019
Attorney and shareholder Jesse Crary is scheduled to co-host an informational session at the 2019 Vermont Captive Insurance Association Conference (VCIA) with Karin J. Landry of Spring Consulting Group, LLC.
Apr 25, 2019
Blessedly far from any political posturing, legislation updating Vermont’s captive insurance laws was readily passed by both houses and just signed into law on April 18. The bill was the latest in what has become an annual “housekeeping” exercise in the Legislature to add new initiatives or simply make some technical amendments that clarify or implement the law.