"Little FTC Acts: Case Study Analysis of State Consumer Protection Laws," American Agent & Broker May 2013
“Most states have consumer protection laws, and courts across the country have debated whether such laws should apply to licensed professionals, including insurance producers,” writes Matthew S. Marrone, a partner in Goldberg Segalla’s Professional Liability Practice Group and Co-Chair of the firm’s professional liability practice focused on insurance agents and brokers. “Although the cases are similar in nature, judges considering these issues have created a complex web of conflicting decisions based on highly subjective and speculative parameters.”
In this article, Matt explores these decisions, the rationales behind them, and the defense of these claims.
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- “Little FTC Acts: Case Study Analysis of State Consumer Protection Laws,” American Agent & Broker, May 2013