New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has subpoenaed information from TIAA, the major insurance and investment firm, regarding its sales practices, said a person inside Schneiderman’s office briefed on the matter in an email Thursday.

The subpoenaing of information from TIAA, which reportedly handles retirement accounts for several million nonprofit employees across the country, comes after an Oct. 21 report from The New York Times detailed allegations of predatory sales practices used by the firm.

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