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Fifth Circuit Holds Medical Provider Tort Claim Against NFL Is Preempted by ERISA

Fifth Circuit Holds Medical Provider Tort Claim Against NFL Is Preempted by ERISA

In Advanced Physicians, S.C. v. National Football League, No. 20-10998, __F.App’x__, 2021 WL 2773112 (5th Cir. July 1, 2021), the Fifth Circuit affirmed the district court’s (N.D. Tex) dismissal of…

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ERISA Watch – Achieving a Remand to the Disability Plan Administrator Warrants Attorneys’ Fees under ERISA Section 502(g)

Show me the money!  Halloween is around the corner and this week’s notable decisions are scary, at least to ERISA plan administrators. This past week saw FOUR attorneys’ fee decisions…

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Benefits Discrimination & Interference Claims

Discrimination on the job can take many forms. While being denied promotions or the proper pay based on age, gender, or ethnicity is generally the first thing that comes to…

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ERISA Watch – Roberts Disability Law wins motion in severance benefit class action lawsuit

This week’s notable ERISA decision comes from the Roberts Disability Law private collection.  Our case, Carlson v. Northrop Grumman Corp., No. 13-cv- 2635, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 89083 (N.D. Ill. July…

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ERISA Watch – May 24, 2016

Good morning ERISA Watchers! This week's buzzword is "remedies" or the lack thereof if you have relief available under ERISA Section 502(a)(1)(B). Two district court decisions out of the Sixth…

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ERISA Watch – May 10, 2016

We hope that everyone enjoyed a wonderful Mother's Day weekend! Of note this past week is the Tenth Circuit's decision in Speer v. Prudential Ins. Co. of America, 2016 WL…

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