2nd Circ. Grounds Pilots' Suit Over MetLife Premiums

Law360 (October 29, 2020, 1:28 PM EDT) -- The Second Circuit on Thursday refused to revive a suit from a pair of pilots alleging that Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. misclassified them as smokers when it calculated their life insurance premiums, saying the district court was right to find their claims came too late.

The panel told Dale Miller and John F. Barton Jr. that rather than accruing as a "continuing violation" because their payments resumed through the 16-year span of the policy before they sued, the misclassification itself was the single wrongful act that gave rise to the suit.

That puts the pair's dispute well outside New York's six-year...

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