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ERISA • Employment Law
  • Settlement Reached: Circuit Split Remains in ERISA Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims

    On September 20th, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States dismissed, at the parties’ joint request, an ERISA lawsuit (Pioneer Centres Hold. v. Alerus Fin.) that could have potentially resolved an existing circuit split over who bears the burden of proof in ERISA breach of fiduciary duty claims. The case was dismissed because the underlying dispute was

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  • My Health Insurer Denied My Claim; Now What?

    Health insurance provides critical benefits when you become sick or injured. However, some insurers deny perfectly valid claims, which might leave you in shock. After all, you have insurance precisely for emergencies, but here your insurer is denying your claim. Fortunately, you have rights, and it is sometimes possible to get an insurer to reverse course and approve

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