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Brown University Settles ERISA Fiduciary Duty Class Action

A large class-action lawsuit involving Brown University has recently been settled, as reported in the news media. The class action settled for a reported $3.5 million dollars. The…

14 May, 2019
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What is the ERISA Statute of Limitations?

If there is one bedrock principle of law, it is this: An injured party does not have forever to sue. Instead, the law forces those who are injured…

30 Apr, 2019
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What is COBRA Coverage?

Health care is expensive, and having health insurance can often make the difference between being bankrupted by a medical emergency and being able to pay for necessary care.…

16 Apr, 2019
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Federal Judge Says American Century Did Not Breach its Fiduciary Duty; Company Prevails in ERISA...

According to reporting from PlanSponsor, American Investment — a prominent wealth management company — has prevailed in defending an ERISA breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit. A federal court…

19 Mar, 2019
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ERISA Long Term Disability Claims: What Does it Mean to Exhaust Your Administrative Remedies?

If your long term disability claim was denied, you may be considering filing a lawsuit against your insurance company. While you generally do have the right to take…

05 Mar, 2019