Lawyers for a former Prudential Insurance Co. agent with a whistleblower claim asked an appeals court April 5 to buck a national trend in favor of alternate dispute resolution and rule that litigation alleging fraud in an arbitration clause belongs before a judge, not an arbitrator.

And Bloomberg News, ABC-TV and The Record of Hackensack, N.J., asked the appeals judges to reverse a sealing order that has kept details of the allegations against Prudential secret for three years.

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