California Top Court Remands Competition Law-Insurance Code Grant-And-Hold Cases

LOS ANGELES - The California Supreme Court on Sept. 11 dismissed and remanded two California unfair competition law (UCL)-insurance code interplay cases, according to its docket. The court originally issued both cases grant-and-hold status pending the outcome of Zhang v. Superior Court (No. S178542), which the court decided Aug. 1 (Ocie E. Henderson, et al. v. Farmers Group Inc., et al., Chris Hughes v. Progressive Direct Insurance Co., Nos. S207068, S195069, Calif. Sup.).

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