Washington's Definition Of Improper Rebates May Shift

By Shawn Hanson and Nicholas Gregory (November 14, 2017, 3:58 PM EST) -- On Oct. 26, 2017, Washington Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") Lisa N.W. Dublin wrote the latest chapter in the ongoing legal feud between the state's insurance commission and California-based insurance broker Zenefits, ruling that while the insurance commission's previous consent order and legal determination were erroneous, Zenefits was still in violation of Washington's anti-rebate statute because it offered its clients "full HR integration." We provide a recap of how we got here, the ALJ's order and what the order means for insurance brokers.

How We Got Here: Zenefits' Business Model, Anti-Rebate Statutes, and the Washington Consent Order

From 2013 to 2015, Zenefits'...

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