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“U Can’t Touch This”: When A Garnished Employee Goes Bankrupt

USA - May 8 2019 Seyfarth Synopsis: Employers increasingly find themselves in the difficult position of deciding whether to continue garnishing an employee’s wages...

Christopher J. Harney.

Game Over? Ninth Circuit Doubles Down on Its Commitment To Enforcing AntiAssignment Provisions In ERISA Plans To Bar Suits By Healthcare Providers For ERISA Benefits.

USA - May 14 2018 The Ninth Circuit recently dealt another major blow to healthcare providers that attempt to bring suits as assignees of their...

Jonathan A. Braunstein.

Vindication! Fifth Circuit Reverses Notorious District Court Health Care Fraud Decision

USA - February 13 2018 On December 19, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued its decision in Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. v. Humble...

Jonathan A. Braunstein.

Seventh Circuit’s latest on Stern may constitute dicta

USA - August 28 2013 On August 21, 2013, in Wellness International Network v. Sharif, No. 12-1349 (7th Cir. August 21, 2013), the Seventh Circuit issued its latest...

Successful collateral valuation perhaps key to plan objections

USA - May 7 2013 It is no surprise to anyone in the business of secured lending that valuation matters. It is worth noting, however, that collateral valuation may be...