Keane's Unclaimed Property Blog

Jim McMenamin Joins Keane Consulting & Advisory Team

With more than 20 years of state-related unclaimed property expertise, Jim McMenamin brings a tremendous amount of knowledge and state enforcement skills to Keane’s National Consulting & Advisory Services Team.

Death Master File – An Imperfect Source for Complying with Insurance Regulations

While a large portion of the segment focused on individuals who were incorrectly said to be deceased and the struggles they encountered – the aspect germane to unclaimed property compliance is the incompleteness of the DMF.

Keane Presents Outstanding Content at Annual Unclaimed Property Conference

Keane was among the many professionals that presented or moderated sessions at the recent unclaimed property conference. Keane’s unclaimed property specialists served as panelists on four individual sessions that ranged across a variety of topics. As the most experienced team of unclaimed property professionals in the industry, we are extremely proud of our subject matter experts that were featured as key speakers or facilitators during the conference.

A Recent Flurry of Beneficiary Location Legislation

The start of each new year brings an increase in new legislation, as state legislators return from recess. From an unclaimed property perspective, 2015 has already seen a flurry of insurance beneficiary location bills being introduced. So far this year, six states have introduced legislation similar to the National Council of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) Model […]

New Decision in Temple-Inland Case Advances Case Against Delaware Audit Methodologies

In a new opinion released by the Delaware District Court hearing Temple-Inland, Inc. v. Cook, several challenges to current Delaware audit methodologies have survived motion by the State for dismissal, giving a boost to holders and holder advocates who believe current estimation and other audit methodologies run afoul of constitutional protections.

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