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Test of Connecticut Anti-Steering Law Heard by Court of Appeals

A three-judge panel, including Judges Ralph K. Winter, John M. Walker Jr. and José A. Cabranes, met in New Haven, Conn., at the U.S. District Court to hear a number of cases, including Safelite versus Jepsen. Safelite is seeking to enjoin the enforcement of the Connecticut law requiring third-party administrators (TPAs) who own glass shops to list a second glass shop when recommending repair at their own shop. The questioning lasted less than 30 minutes.

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Additional Arguments Heard in CT Anti-Steering Case; Decision Imminent

U.S. District Court Judge Janet Bond Arterton heard additional oral arguments in Safelite versus Jepsen on Monday from Safelite’s Attorney Jay Lefkowitz of Kirkland & Ellis and the State of Connecticut’s Assistant Attorney General Joseph Chambers. At issue in the case is the law requiring third-party administrators (TPAs) that own their own glass shops to provide a name of a non-affiliated glass repair shop in the same area to consumers.

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Arguments Heard in CT Anti-Steering Case; No Decision as Yet

U.S. District Court Judge Janet Bond Arterton heard oral arguments in Safelite vs. Jepsen on Monday from Safelite’s Attorney Jay Lefkowitz of Kirkland & Ellis and the State of Connecticut’s Assistant Attorney General Joseph Chambers. At issue is the law requiring third-party administrators (TPA) who own their own glass shops to provide a name of a non-affiliated glass repair shop in the same area to consumers. The law is scheduled to go into effect on January 1. Safelite contends it is the only entity covered by the law.

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