NRA Says NY Regulator Is Impeding Its Lloyd's Subpoenas

Law360 (April 22, 2019, 7:05 PM EDT) -- The National Rifle Association has asked for a New York federal court's help subpoenaing material from Lloyd's of London underwriters for the organization's lawsuit alleging New York authorities have tried to snuff it out, saying the state's financial services regulator is interfering with discovery by resisting service of those subpoenas.  

In court filings on Friday, the NRA said that the superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services is the designated process agent for 10 Lloyd's underwriting syndicates and their nine managing agents, which DFS collectively fined $5 million late last year as part of a settlement resolving...

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