Alaska Statutes.
Title 21. Insurance
Chapter 36. Trade Practices and Frauds
Section 400. Confidentiality.
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AS 21.36.400. Confidentiality.

(a) The papers, reports, documents, and evidence received under AS 21.36.390 or an investigation arising out of information received under AS 21.36.390 are not subject to public inspection for so long as the director considers confidentiality to be in the public interest or reasonably necessary to complete an investigation or protect the person investigated from unwarranted injury. Papers, reports, documents, and evidence relative to an investigation under this section are confidential and not subject to subpoena unless, after notice to the director and a hearing, a court determines the director would not be unduly hindered by public inspection.

(b) An investigator of the director is not subject to subpoena in a civil action by a court of this state to testify concerning a matter that the investigator has knowledge of under a pending insurance fraud investigation by the director.

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