MAREMAMid Atlantic Real Estate Marketing Association (Alexandria, VA)
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Marema is a village some 550 km west from Florianopolis, the capital city of the state of Santa Catarinae.
Table 1 shows the age of farmers from the municipality of Marema.
The predominant age group in Marema was within the 40-49-year-old bracket.
In Marema, 58% of the interviewed have incomplete primary schooling; 22% have complete or incomplete high school; 5% has a complete or incomplete higher education.
Yet for all of the dollars awarded through the civil justice system, Lenore Marema, vice president of industry and regulatory affairs at the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, pointed to its costs and inefficiencies, as well as the relatively small proportion of jury awards that reaches the plaintiffs after attorneys' fees and other expenses are paid.
Their study shows that only about 50 cents on the dollar gets to the claimant," Marema said.
Marema expressed concern about state-level class actions that effectively make law for the entire country, regardless of laws and regulations in one state that may permit the very conduct that's being punished in another state's courts.
Marema and Perez for participating in this educational video on PSD Veritas' use in bariatric procedures.
Marema and Perez during the broadcast and the following week.
Ohio Commissioner Lee Covington, speaking on the issue of executive sessions, pointed out that Hunter and Birney Birnbaum, who heads the Houston-based Center for Economic Justice, represented consumers and Sonya Larkin-Thorne of the American Insurance Association and Lenore Marema of the Alliance of American Insurers represented the industry in the subgroup sessions.
Lenore Marema of the Alliance of American Insurers was impressed by the NAIC's requests for help from insurers and consumers.
At a hearing in November, Lenore Marema, vice president of legal and regulatory affairs for the Alliance of American Insurers, asked the meeting's chair, Kansas Insurance Commissioner Kathleen Sebelius, what would happen to excess revenue generated in 2000--particularly from the SVO, for which the NAIC has budgeted $2.