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Jason D. Kimpel



Jason Kimpel helps businesses reach the next level through corporate and strategic transactions, primarily involving the insurance industry.
He advises stock and mutual insurance companies, insurance holding companies, and captive insurance companies in connection with a variety of corporate transactions, securities issues and related matters, including:
  • Mergers and acquisitions involving insurers, captives and HMOs.
  • Demutualizations, affiliations and mutual insurance holding company transactions.
  • Nonprofit to for-profit conversion transactions.
  • International and domestic insurance strategic alliances and joint ventures.
  • Corporate governance requirements and fiduciary duties.
  • Restructurings and reorganizations, and other inter-company transactions.
  • Alternative risk financing and capital raising transactions.
  • Form A and other insurance holding company system issues.
  • Variable annuity and general securities law compliance.
  • Insurance insolvency structuring and transactions.
  • Reinsurance transactions.
  • Third-party legal opinions.

Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Compliance

Jason also advises clients on issues related to the application of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act and the review process required to obtain federal antitrust approval before consummating proposed mergers, asset/stock acquisitions, tender offers and other business combinations. He works closely with clients to develop and execute an efficient, compliant and complete filing strategy that ultimately receives federal clearance. He also counsels clients in connection with requests for additional information and "second requests."


Bar Admissions



Indiana University Maurer School of Law
J.D. magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Indiana Law Journal (executive notes and comments editor) (1999)

DePauw University
B.A. magna cum laude (1996)

Insights & Events

Other Perspectives
  • Utilizing Captive Insurance Companies in Franchising: How Does THAT Work?
    Franchise and Distribution Corporate Counsel Forum, June 26-27, 2013
  • New Captive Insurance Tax Issues on the Horizon
    Captive Insurance Companies Association International Conference, March 12, 2013


  • Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition — Problem Editor and Octafinalist
  • Scribe Award
Awards Methodology
No aspect of these recognitions has been approved by the highest court of any state.
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