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  • July 20, 2018

    John Hancock Signs $91M Deal To End Life Insurance Row

    John Hancock Life Insurance Co. agreed to pay more than $91 million to end a proposed class action alleging the company was jacking up life insurance policy rates by using the wrong mortality rate calculations, according to filings Friday in New York federal court.

  • July 20, 2018

    NY, FTC Reach Deal With Firm In Debt Collection Suit

    A New York debt collector has agreed to a more than $22.5 million suspended judgment entered Thursday in a deal resolving its portion of a suit brought by the Federal Trade Commission and New York attorney general accusing it and two other firms of deceptive and abusive practices.

  • July 20, 2018

    2nd Circ. Finds Immigrant Isn't Felon For NY Weed Conviction

    The Second Circuit said Friday that a Jamaican immigrant convicted of a New York state marijuana charge should not be classified as an aggravated felon under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

  • July 20, 2018

    Real Estate Rumors: Priderock, Government Of Uruguay, RSE

    Priderock Capital Partners has reportedly sold a Florida apartment complex for $44.4 million, the government of Uruguay is said to have picked up office space in New York for nearly $7 million and a venture that includes RSE Capital has reportedly dropped $56 million on a Florida apartment complex.

  • July 20, 2018

    Banks Say Firm’s Claims Don’t Belong In Swaps Antitrust MDL

    Eleven banks accused by fintech firm trueEX LLC of illegally boycotting its interest rate swaps platform and funneling business to an exchange they operated asked a Manhattan federal judge on Thursday to dismiss the suit, saying trueEX’s case is weaker than those of similar businesses in the multidistrict litigation.

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