A federal appeals court has affirmed an Ohio judge’s dismissal of a putative class action against Ohio National Insurance over the company’s decision to stop paying certain kinds of commissions on variable annuities.

The Tuesday opinion agreed that the named plaintiff, a representative for a broker-dealer who sold the annuities, was not a party to the contract between Ohio National and the brokerage firm, and thus had no standing to sue.

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