Cruson v. Jackson National Life Insurance Co.
Court grants insurer's Motion to Stay case in light of pending interlocutory appeal of previous certification of class challenging the insurer's double charging of "surrender charges" in violation of its own agreement and Federal Security and Exchange Commission regulations.
class certification, annuity, surrender charge, interlocutory appeal, likelihood of success on merits, equitable factors, irreparable harm, costs of litigation, injury to non-movant, public interest
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