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Foster v. Principal Life Insurance Co.
United States Fifth Circuit
ERISA, Insurance Law
Held that an insurance company did not abuse its discretion in denying disability benefits to an attorney who stopped working due to intractable...
04/04/2019 17-30997
Martinez v. Public Employees' Retirement System
California Court of Appeal
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
Affirmed that a California state employee was precluded from receiving a disability retirement because she had settled a pending termination for cause...
04/04/2019 A153679
Boling v. Public Employment Relations Board
California Court of Appeal
Government Law, ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
Addressed the remedy to be imposed against the City of San Diego for violating meet and confer obligations. The mayor had advanced a pension reform...
03/25/2019 D069626
Retired Oakland Police Officers Association v. Oakland Police and Fire Retirement System
California Court of Appeal
ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
Held that retired police officers failed to show that they were entitled to have master police officer-terrorism pay included in the calculation of...
03/20/2019 A148987
The Depot, Inc. v. Caring for Montanans, Inc.
United States Ninth Circuit
Health Law, ERISA
Revived three employers' claims of fraud and misrepresentation in the sale of health insurance policies. Held that their Montana state law claims...
02/06/2019 17-35597
Rittinger v. Healthy Alliance Life Insurance Co.
United States Fifth Circuit
Health Law, ERISA
Held that a patient could not proceed with a lawsuit against a health insurer over the refusal to provide coverage for her weight loss surgery...
01/31/2019 17-20646
Trustees of the Suburban Teamsters v. The E Company
United States Seventh Circuit
ERISA, Construction
Held that a construction business that ceased operations and cut off its pension contributions was subject to withdrawal liability under ERISA's...
01/29/2019 18-2273
Frommert v. Conkright
United States Second Circuit
ERISA
Held that pension plan participants received an adequate equitable remedy for ERISA violations. The case concerned the method of calculating the...
01/14/2019 17‐114‐cv
Testa v. Becker
United States Second Circuit
ERISA
Held that a retiree could not proceed with his challenge to the amount of his company pension. The case concerned the method by which the company...
12/12/2018 17‐1826‐cv
Division 1181 A.T.U. - New York Employees Pension Fund v. City of New York Department of Education
United States Second Circuit
Education Law, ERISA, Labor & Employment Law
Held that the New York Employees Pension Fund could not proceed with its claim against the New York City Department of Education for delinquent...
12/10/2018 17‐3147‐cv

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