An agents group has submitted additional court papers arguing ithas a right to object to Zurich Financial Services' settlement with10 state attorneys general that it contends will saddle memberswith unnecessarily burdensome disclosure requirements.

The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents in abrief filed with U.S. District Court in Newark, N.J., argued thecourt should take its objections into consideration before theinsurer's agreement goes into effect.

PIA responded to a Sept. 26 attorneys' general brief, which saidthe group had no right to be heard.

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