Class Action Status Granted to Suit Against New York Life

A federal district court judge in Philadelphia certified the class action status of a suit filed against New York Life Insurance Co. by a former executive last year. The executive, James Mehling, contended that he was fired after questioning the propriety of investing employee and agent retirement plan assets in MainStay Institutional Funds, proprietary mutual funds with higher-than-average fees and expenses.

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