Another federal court sides with banks as more states pass anti-tying laws

Levine, Karen; Kosnett, Jeffrey R.
July 1997
LAN: Life Association News;Jul97, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on congressional and judicial activities related to the American insurance industry. Anti-tying and disclosure laws applicable to insurance sales of all banks and other lenders enacted in nine states; Proposed financial-services-reform bill; Federal court ruling upholding the Office of the Comptroller of Currency's jurisdiction over national-bank-insurance activities.


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