On December 9th, 2022, Eric Dinallo and Marshal Bozzo of Debevoise’s Insurance Regulatory Group were joined by Avi Gesser and Anna Gressel of the firm’s Data Strategy and Security Group to discuss the latest developments on AI insurance regulation in Colorado.  This was the latest installment in Debevoise’s series of webcasts focused on developments affecting the insurance industry, and included:

  • Key takeaways from the Colorado Insurance Division’s September and December stakeholder meetings on SB 21-169, including forthcoming regulations concerning AI governance and testing;
  • The likely requirements under SB 21-169 for data governance, risk management and reporting; and
  • AI and Big Data regulatory developments from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and state authorities.

To listen to the on-demand recording of the webcase, click here.

To view Part III of our webcast series on Artificial Intelligence and Discrimination in the Insurance Industry, click here. To see our other AI-related webcasts, including Part I and Part II, please click here.

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Eric R. Dinallo is Chair of the Debevoise insurance regulatory practice and a member of its Financial Institutions and White Collar & Regulatory Defense Groups in New York. He can be reached at edinallo@debevoise.com.


Marshal Bozzo is a regulatory counsel based in the New York office and a member of the Debevoise Insurance Regulatory practice. He can be reached at mlbozzo@debevoise.com.


Avi Gesser is Co-Chair of the Debevoise Data Strategy & Security Group. His practice focuses on advising major companies on a wide range of cybersecurity, privacy and artificial intelligence matters. He can be reached at agesser@debevoise.com.


Anna R. Gressel is an associate and a member of the firm’s Data Strategy & Security Group and its FinTech and Technology practices. Her practice focuses on representing clients in regulatory investigations, supervisory examinations, and civil litigation related to artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies. Ms. Gressel has a deep knowledge of regulations, supervisory expectations, and industry best practices with respect to AI governance and compliance. She regularly advises boards and senior legal executives on governance, risk, and liability issues relating to AI, privacy, and data governance. She can be reached at argressel@debevoise.com.