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Supreme Court upholds ERISA plan’s three-year deadline to file a lawsuit *

- December 17 2013
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that an ERISA plan may properly impose a reasonable time limit on filing a lawsuit to recover benefits…

Co-authors: Chris C. Scheithauer, David E. Rogers, Nancy G. Ross, Michael T. Graham.

Supreme Court takes case about company stock funds and presumption of prudence *

- December 16 2013
The Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer, suggesting that the Supreme Court will resolve the…

Co-authors: Chris C. Scheithauer, Michael S. Yellin, Nancy G. Ross, Prashant Kolluri.

Multiple class action complaints challenge church plan status of hospital pension plans *

- June 28 2013
Recent complaints challenging the "church plan" status of certain pension plans maintained by church-sponsored hospital systems may signal the…

Co-authors: Mary K. Samsa, David E. Rogers, Nancy G. Ross, Michael T. Graham, Ralph E. DeJong.

The Supreme Court speaks on the remedies for benefits description mistakes *

- May 18 2011
In vacating and remanding a district court and U.S. Court of Appeals decision in favor of a plaintiff class of beneficiaries of the CIGNA Pension Plan, the Supreme Court of the United States reached three conclusions that have significant repercussions for benefit plan sponsors and benefit plan litigation.

Co-authors: Chris C. Scheithauer, Nancy G. Ross.

New law exempts certain physicians and other service providers from Red Flags Rule *

- December 29 2010
Recently adopted legislation narrows the applicability of the FTC's Red Flags Rule so that service providers, including health care service providers, are not subject to the rule merely because they are not paid in full at the time of service.

Co-authors: Heather Egan Sussman, Sabrina E. Dunlap, Carla A.R. Hine, Daniel F. Gottlieb.

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