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By Paul G. Williams
In July, in Hancock v. Americo Financial Life & Annuity Co., Americo achieved a total victory on its motion to dismiss a putative class action in the Eastern District of North Carolina that challenged...
By Jason R. Brost
Reliance Liquidation Court Approves Application For Direct Payments From Reliance's Reinsurers To Certain Insureds.
By Cristin Conley Keane
For better or worse, the economy has caused an increase in the consolidation of tax exempt organizations as less robust organizations have sought refuge for their programs in larger, ...
By Naomi Berry, Sarah Cortvriend, Scott D. Feather, Jourdan R. Haynes, Tenikka L. Jones, Ilan A. Nieuchowicz, Christopher Smart, Marty J. Solomon, Matthew J. Tyson, April Walker, Alana E. Zorrilla-Gaston
Ad Valorem Taxes: land lease holders are considered equitable owners of land for tax purposes if land lease renews automatically and is perpetual; ...
By Thaddeus Ewald
In 2011, Top's Personnel entered into a reinsurance agreement with Applied Underwriters Captive Risk Assurance Company ("AUCRA"), and several years later executed a promissory note...
By Jason R. Brost
The Second Circuit has affirmed an order compelling a plaintiff-employee to arbitrate his employment related claims against Carnival Cruise Lines, despite the fact that the one page employment agreement ...
By Olga Suarez Vieira
Plaintiff's putative class action alleged that defendant Mott's violated FDA regulations and California's Sherman Law and Unfair Competition Law when it labeled and sold its 100 percent apple juice...
By Olga Suarez Vieira
Plaintiff's putative class action alleged that defendant Mott's violated FDA regulations and California's Sherman Law and Unfair Competition Law when it labeled and sold its 100 percent apple juice with the label "No Sugar Added," which plaintiff claimed misled consumers into thinking the juice had fewer calories than its competitors.
By Carlton Fields
This Week's Florida Appeals – Week of October 9-13, 2017
By Sarah Auchterlonie
Underwriters that rely on popular credit-scoring models like FICO and VantageScore to assess risk may have noticed that some consumer credit scores jumped recently.
By Steven Kass
Notably, the Rule deems any violation of its provisions to be an unfair method of competition or unfair or deceptive insurance trade practice.
By Jordan D. August
Thus, in some cases, current partners could be left paying the former partners' tax bill under the New Audit Rules.
By Gail Jankowski
The case involved a $5 million life insurance policy issued in 2006 on a woman in her mid-seventies.
By Christine Stoddard
The court followed up on its prior ruling by granting ING's motion for summary judgment on the individual claims as well.
By Shaunda Patterson-Strachan
In California, actions predicated on alleged senior notice requirement violations and financial elder abuse continue to challenge life insurers.
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