Former Prudential Life Insurance Co. employees have lost a bid to remove a special master from their suit accusing the company of bribing their lawyers to keep their employment claims out of court.

The New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division on Sept. 3 denied an emergent interlocutory appeal of the appointment of former U.S. Magistrate Judge William Hunt to oversee discovery, including nearly 300 depositions to be done by Oct. 6.

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