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Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 13 Feb 2019

Participants’ ERISA Retaliation Claim Dismissed

A federal district court in Illinois held that participants in a multiemployer pension plan failed to plausibly allege that plan fiduciaries

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McDermott Will & Emery | USA | 12 Jun 2018

Northwestern University Defeats 403(b) Lawsuit

A federal judge in the Northern District of Illinois recently dismissed a lawsuit against Northwestern University alleging that the University and its

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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 9 Mar 2017

Another ERISA church plan class action settles

Citing to the “significant uncertainties in predicting the outcome” of their litigation “where the critical issue is pending before the Supreme Court

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Holland & Knight LLP | USA | 8 Sep 2016

District Court Rules on ERISA Liability of Board and ESOP Advisory Committee Members in ESOP Transactions

A U.S. Dan (ESOP) istrict Court ruling held that members of a corporate Board of Directors and an internal employee stock ownership plan

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Bryant Legal Group PC | USA | 12 May 2016

How Will the Court Review My Long Term Disability Case?

In the long anticipated ruling in Fontaine v. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., No. 14-1984, 2015 U.S. App. (7th Cir. Sept. 4, 2015), the Seventh Circuit

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Franczek Radelet PC | USA | 8 Dec 2015

DOL Issues Guidance on the Application of ERISA to State-Sponsored Retirement Programs for Private Sector Employees

After a recent flurry of activity in state legislatures regarding state mandated automatic savings programs, the Department of Labor ("DOL") has

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Lane Powell PC | USA | 17 Sep 2015

ERISA 7th Circuit: Illinois state law ban on discretionary clauses upheld

You already know about the big trend in states to ban discretionary clauses in insurance policies that fund ERISA benefits. Chalk up another circuit

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Wilson Elser | USA | 22 Jan 2015

Illinois district court holds that a plan maintained by a religiously affiliated organization is not a church plan

The United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois recently had the opportunity to weigh in on the issue of whether a religiously

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Ogletree Deakins | USA | 5 Jan 2015

Mandatory retirement plans in Illinois

Is Illinois the precursor to mandatory retirement savings programs across the country the way that Massachusetts was for mandatory health care

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Arent Fox LLP | USA | 11 Apr 2014

Not so fast! Federal court holds ERISA plans can’t recoup overpayments without following procedural steps

In an important victory for health care providers, a federal district court in Illinois recently held that health plans may not simply unilaterally

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