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Company Name:
Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP

Company Address:
1 West Fourth Street,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101

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Company Contact:
Jonathan Reich

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Company Specialty in the Captive Insurance Industry:
Legal Services

Company Description:
Womble Carlyle is a full-service business law firm and the largest law firm in the Carolinas.  Womble Carlyle’s more than 500 attorneys represent a wide variety of financial, commercial, and industrial clients in all segments of the economy.  We have offices in Atlanta, Ga.; Greenville, Charleston, and Columbia, SC; Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Research Triangle Park, and Raleigh, NC; Tysons Corner, Va; Washington D.C.; Baltimore, Md; Wilmington, De; and Palo Alto, Ca.  Our insurance practice includes advising policyholders and insurers on claims, coverage, bad faith, the defense of insurance brokers and agents, manuscripting insurance policies, and providing legal and regulatory advice.

News & Events

The NCCIA Annual Conference kicks off at Charlotte’s Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge on Monday, August 21-23, 2017. The formal registration period is now open. Click here for the Agenda, Registration materials and hotel information.


The NCCIA Board of Directors has elected Jeremy Colombik as Chairman for 2017 succeeding Jesse Coyle. Colombik is President of Management Services International and is based in Raleigh. Click here for full story.


“NCCIA joined a coalition of 16 State Captive Insurance Associations and the Self Insurance Institute of America to comment to the IRS requesting clarification and guidance to the Path Act revisions to Section 831(b) Click here for letter.


The NCCIA is actively seeking member companies and suppliers for member status. Press here to go to membership information and an on line application to join.


NCCIA welcomes inquiries from both the trade and general press. Press here to go to contact information.

NC Dept of Insurance

The NCDOI has responsibility for licensure and regulation of captive insurance companies in the state. Press here for the NCDOI web site.