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The Supreme Judicial Court of Maine has affirmed a lower court’s decision upholding the Maine Superintendent of Insurance’s conclusion that Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company (“GTL”) was accountable for violations of a number of Maine statutes by a company acting as GTL’s producer – even before the company’s formal appointment as GTL’s producer. As a result, the court upheld the Superintendent’s order that GTL pay a civil penalty of $150,000.

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