Dr. Whitman is professor of
insurance in The Carlson School of Management. As a practitioner he
served as special assistant in the Wisconsin Insurance Department, as an
attorney admitted to practice in Minnesota and Pennsylvania, as deputy
commissioner and acting chief counsel for the Pennsylvania Insurance
Department, and as an insurance and risk management consultant to corporations
and government entities. As a consultant to attorneys and an expert witness he
has testified in the courts of 10 states and has participated in many insurance
cases. He served as chair of the Finance, Real Estate, and Law Department in
the College of Business, California Polytechnic State University in Pomona, CA;
and has published in academic and professional journals and co-authored books
on insurance law. He teaches courses on corporate risk management, insurance,
personal finance, and employee benefits.
Minnesota Insurance Law and Practice, eds. Britton Weimer, Clarance Hagglund, and Andrew Whitman (West Publishing, 2002).
"Insurance Regulation and Insurers' Interests in Relocation," Andrew Whitman, Richard Butler, and Yijing Cui, Minnesota Center for Insurance Research (Spring 2000), and Journal of Insurance Regulation (Spring 2001).
"Insurers' Demutualization Decisions," Andrew Whitman, Richard Butler, and Yijing Cui, Minnesota Center for Insurance Research (Spring 2000), and Risk Management and Insurance Review (Fall 2001).
"Evaluation of Claims for Cosmetic Damage Under Homeowners Policies," Andrew Whitman, Minnesota Center for Insurance Research (Summer 1999).
"Claims Procedures," "Gold in Old CGL Policies," "Corporate Risk Management," and "Pollution-Related Exclusions," Andrew Whitman, The CGL Handbook (Aspen Press, 1999).
"Employer Health Benefits, Insurance, and Liability," "Pension Plan Liability," and "Risk Management for Business," Stay Out of Court ... and Stay in Business, eds. Clarance Hagglund, Britton Weimer, William Weeding, and Andrew Whitman (Common Law Press, 1996).
"Pollution Cleanup Liability" and "Employee Benefit Plans," Minnesota Insurance Law, eds. Clarance Hagglund, Britton Weimer and Andrew Whitman (Common Law Publishing, 1995).
"The Level of Duty is the Agent's Choice," Andrew Whitman, CPCU Journal (1993).
The Law of Commercial Agents and Brokers, Weimer, Hagglund & Whitman (Thompson/West, 2007).
Certified Financial Planner (CPF)
Consultant for Risk Management, Inc., and attorneys on insurance issues
Public Member, Minnesota Auto Insurance Plan
Member, Board of Directors, Missions, Inc.
Member, Board of Directors, Comida Par Vida, Inc.
Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), 1968
On- and off-the-job, 24-hour health benefits
Liability risk management
Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU)
Employee health benefits and managed care
Insurer liability for environmental cleanup
Coordinator, risk management and actuarial science majors, Carlson School
Volunteer firefighter and first responder, Station #1, Maple Grove, Minnesota
Advisor to Andrew Riverside Presbyterian Church
Director - Risk Management, Inc.
EMT for the Maple Grove Fire Department
Serves Southeast Minneapolis Meals on Wheels and attends Board of Directors Meetings
Guest Lecturer - MN CLE Seminars; and UMN Library Association, & MN CPCU Chapter
Performs music therapy weekly at nursing homes
Project Homeless Connect Volunteer