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After winning a $66 million judgment against now-bankrupt ChinaCast Education Corp., private equity fund Jayhawk continued fighting Monday for payments from ChinaCast insurers, telling a New York bankruptcy judge its pursuit is not an “asset grab” but the logical outcome of the situation.
Insurer Confie Seguros Holding II Co. is urging an Illinois federal court to greenlight its securities fraud suit against the owners of an auto insurance network, brushing aside motions to dismiss and calling the $100 million scheme “so blatant” that Hollywood would reject it as "too outrageous" if it were a movie script.
New York’s financial regulator on Tuesday issued final rules that it says will stop kickbacks and other abuses in the title insurance market.
Allstate sued a former agent in Massachusetts federal court Monday, saying that he has breached a one-year noncompete clause and is using Allstate trade secrets and phone numbers to compete against the insurer.
The leaders of a key Senate panel have struck a deal intent on restoring cost-sharing reduction payments and offering states more flexibility under the Affordable Care Act’s insurance rules as part of a bid to prop up the individual markets over the next two years.