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Statement of Maine Superintendent of Insurance Mila Kofman
Deputy Superintendent Tim Schott
May 18, 2009
Maine’s Insurance Superintendent Mila Kofman welcomed Tim Schott to the Bureau of Insurance as a Deputy Superintendent. Originally from Maine, Deputy Schott has been a County Attorney in Webster County, Iowa since 2002. Schott has over a decade of prosecutorial experience – felony and misdemeanor cases – and representation of government personnel in civil matters. His knowledge of law and administrative procedures, as well as his background in prosecution, will strengthen and enhance the Bureau’s capacity to carry out its mission and address cases of misconduct.
Deputy Schott is a graduate of Deering High School in Portland and the University of Southern Maine with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He earned a law degree from Drake University Law School and a Master’s from Drake University Graduate School of Journalism in 1995. Schott was active in the Iowa County Attorneys Association, where he served on the legislative committee and the civil practice committee. He has been a member of the Iowa Supreme Court’s Criminal Procedure Rules Advisory Committee, the National District Attorneys Association and the Iowa State Bar Association. As an adjunct professor, Schott has taught various coursework in law including Criminal Law and Procedure and Business Law.
“I am excited to have Tim join our dedicated team at the Bureau of Insurance. He will join Deputy Superintendent Eric Cioppa in providing strong leadership and broad experience to this important State agency,” Superintendent Kofman stated. “Tim’s expertise in legal and regulatory matters will enhance the Bureau’s efforts to protect consumers in Maine, to effectively regulate the insurance industry, and to effectively address misconduct whenever it occurs.”
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