Andrew Rennick

ICCIE core course: Forming and Operating a Captive

Director               July 2016- Present
Associate             June 2012 – July 2016

Gordon, Fournaris & Mammarella, P.A.
Wilmington, Delaware

  • Assists with the formation, regulation, and governance of captive insurance companies.
  • Drafts insurance policies, reinsurance contracts, and corporate transactional documents.

EDUCATION: 
Widener School of Law                                                                                                          J.D., May, 2010

University of South Carolina                                                                                            M.A., August 1999

The Pennsylvania State University                                                                                B.A., January 1996

BAR ADMISSIONS:
Delaware, 2010; U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, 2011; Pennsylvania, 2011

PUBLICATIONS:

“The Series LLC and Captives – A Brief History.” With Jeffrey K. Simpson.  Captive Review (March 2017):  38-39.

“2016 State of the Series LLC.” With Jeffrey K. Simpson and Daniel L. Fitzgerald.  Captive Review (January 2016):  8-9.

“PCCs: Why Is PAC Re Such a Big Deal.” With Jeffrey K. Simpson and Daniel L. Fitzgerald.  Captive Insurance Company Reports (September, 2015).

Abuse of 831(b): The ERC Image Problem. With Jeffrey K. Simpson. Captive Insurance Company Reports (August, 2015).

“Documenting the Captive’s Business Purpose.” With Jeffrey K. Simpson. Captive Insurance Company Reports (July, 2014)

“Labor.” American History Through Literature, 1870-1920.  Tom Quirk and Gary Scharnhorst, eds. Detroit:  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2005, 569-77.

“Bayard Taylor.” Writers of the American Renaissance: An A-Z Guide. Ed. Denise D. Knight.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2003, 353-56.

“A Good War Story: The Civil War, Substitution and the Labor Crisis in Howells’ A Hazard of New Fortunes.”  American Literary Realism 35.3 (Spring 2003): 247-60.

“Silence and Masculinity in Thomas Carlyle’s Reminiscences.” Nineteenth Century Prose 26.2 (Fall 1999): 53-62.

Courses

Forming and Operating a Captive – $1050