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A New York federal judge has ruled that an insurance agent meets the criteria for the “outside sales” exemption, but ruled that factual disputes about the timing of the agent’s commission earnings preclude summary judgment on his claim for unlawful deductions under state law.

In Gold v. New York Life Ins. Co., Judge William Pauley

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