Insurance – Annuities – Commissions
December 26, 2017 by Tom Egan
Where three plaintiffs have brought a putative class action against 10 insurance companies and subsidiaries alleging that certain commissions charged in connection with annuity payments are unlawful, a civil RICO count must be dismissed without prejudice, as the plaintiffs fail to plead adequately that the defendants and non-party brokers associated together for a common illegal …
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Originally Posted at Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on December 26, 2017 by Tom Egan.
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