The US Department of Labor has taken the position that certain indemnification clauses are void against public policy under Section 410 of ERISA. This
The Delaware federal district court issued an order directing the district's bankruptcy court to determine whether an adversary proceeding constituted a "core" proceeding.
The current trustees of a medical practice's profit-sharing plan sued the plan's former sole trustee for breach of fiduciary duty under ERISA related to losses he caused to the plan.
On March 9, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in Jones v. Harris Associates L.P., 527 F.3d 627 (7th Cir. 2008).
In the United States, it is generally understood that an owner’s policy of title insurance is not transferable to a third party buyer of the insured real property.
The “deepening insolvency” doctrine received another blow when a federal bankruptcy judge dismissed claims against the former directors and shareholders of a corporation for allegedly covering up massive fraud perpetuated by the business.
A New York State trial court has held that an insured v insured exclusion in a not-for-profit policy barred coverage only for the portion of a suit that was brought by "Individual Insureds," ruling that there was coverage for the remainder of the suit brought on behalf of private individuals who were not insureds.