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Kaldenbach v. Mut. of Omaha Life Ins. Co., No. G038539

By FindLaw Staff on October 27, 2009 12:25 PM

In plaintiff's consumer protection and fraud suit against defendant-insurance company concerning the sale of a so-called "vanishing premium" life insurance policy, denial of plaintiff's motion for certification of the action as a class action is affirmed as the court did not err in concluding that he had not demonstrated any of the requisites for class certification. 

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Filed October 26, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge O'Leary

Counsel

For Appellant:  Coughlin & Conforti, Frank J. Coughlin and Beverly A. Blais

For Appellee:  Barger & Wolen, Sandra I. Weishart and Misty A. Murray

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