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Category: Benefits Interference

ERISA Watch – October 19, 2015

Happy Monday! In ERISA news this week, the U.S. Supreme Court denied cert in Spinedex Physical Therapy USA Inc. v. United Healthcare of Arizona, Inc., where the Ninth Circuit held that health providers with valid assignments of benefits have standing…

ERISA Watch – August 20, 2015

Good morning folks! This past week there were a number of notable decisions, but we want to highlight a couple of discovery decisions. In OSF Healthcare Sys. v. Sivyer Steel CorporationHealth Care Plan, No. 1:14CV01102, 2015 WL 4778352 (C.D. Ill.…

ERISA Watch – May 8, 2014

Below is Kantor & Kantor LLP’s summary of this past week’s notable ERISA decisions. At SCOTUS On May 5, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it will take up the issue of retiree health benefits, when it granted review…

Appellate Court Rules that Employer’s Failure to Remit Disability Insurance Premiums Does Not Amount to Benefits Interference

Employees in Chicago who have short term or long term disability insurance coverage through an employer often face a common challenge when dealing with a progressing medical condition. As the condition progresses, it becomes more difficult to do your job.…

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