National Law Journal profiles COLI and BOLI suits

On January 30, 2009, the National Law Journal published an article by Tresa Baldas that profiles current and potential litigation involving corporate owned life insurance and bank owned life insurance policies (read the article).  The article describes how a recent ruling from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma in the case Havenstrite v. Hartford may expose insurance carriers to liability for administering life insurance policies on people without their consent.  The article also addresses the magnitude of the policy benefits from policies of bank owned life insurance and how litigation concerning those policies may be forthcoming.

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