MWA offers pre-trial research and expert witness services for trial litigation, negotiated settlements, and legislative, administrative and regulatory hearings regarding insurance and bank insurance issues.
Attorneys who have worked with Dr. White say
he is an "extreme pleasure to work with."
They rate his pre-trial research as "excellent" and "invaluable" and describe his courtroom testimony as
"clear, detailed and convincing."
His "grasp of all of the issues and command
of the background data supporting the
positions urged [is] impressive."
In a court case that focused on the ownership of the acronym "SBLI," the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied a preliminary injunction that would have prevented SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance Co. from using the 'SBLI USA' designation in the sale of life insurance in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In the court's ruling, on November 29, 2000, Judge Robert F. Kelly cited Dr. White's testimony.
Here to Read the Decision and Order - The Savings Bank Life Insurance Co. of Massachusetts vs. SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance Company, Inc., November 29, 2000
Here To Read the Expert Testimony of Dr. White - The Savings Bank Life Insurance Co. of Massachusetts vs. SBLI USA Mutual Life Insurance Company, Inc., August 29, 2000
After Dr. White testified on behalf of banking interests in Florida Bankers Association et. al. v. Department of Insurance, the judge issued a Final Order in favor of the Florida bankers, citing Dr. White’s
"The greater weight of the evidence, including the testimony of Dr. Michael White, establishes that there is little empirical evidence of coercion in the sale of insurance products by financial institutions."
—William F. Quattlebaum, Administrative Law Judge, State of Florida, Division of Administrative Hearings, Final Order, Florida Bankers Association et. al. v. Department of Insurance, Case Numbers 97-2984RP through 97-2987RP, issued June 29, 1998, at paragraphs 71-73, p.
Here to Read the Decision and Order - Florida Bankers Association et. al. v. Department of Insurance, June, 29, 1998
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