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By Harris Mufson, Jay Cohen
In a recent decision, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin held that Dodd-Frank whistleblower claims (Section 922 claims) are subject to mandatory arbitration.
By Damian A. Myers
Below are key health care reform developments from the week of May 22nd.
By Damian A. Myers
After a brief recess, Congress is back in session and health care reform negotiations continue. Below is a summary of a few, relatively minor, developments that took place during recess...
By Tulio D. Chirinos
The Fifth Circuit upheld the reimbursement and subrogation terms found in a welfare benefit plan's one-page SPD that also served as the plan document.
By Howard Shapiro, Stacey CS Cerrone, Madeline Chimento Rea
The United States Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of religiously-affiliated hospitals and healthcare organizations in holding that a pension plan need not be established by a church in order to qualify for ERISA's church plan exemption.
By Lindsey Chopin
The Second Circuit concluded that a promissory estoppel claim by an out-of-network provider against an insurer was not completely preempted by ERISA and thus remanded the claim to state court for further proceedings.
By Damian A. Myers, Steven D. Weinstein
Like the AHCA, the BCRA would essentially repeal the ACA's individual and employer mandates effective after December 31, 2015.
By Damian A. Myers
The Senate's health care reform bill was released today, and we will report on that separately.
By Damian A. Myers
With the exception of the Senate's Better Care Reconciliation Act ("BCRA"), things are relatively quiet on the health care reform front.
By Connie Bertram, Guy Brenner, Alex Weinstein
On July 14, 2017, an Administrative Law Judge ("ALJ") for the Department of Labor issued a Recommended Decision and Order (the "Opinion") in the case brought by the Office of Federal Contractor....
By Seth Safra, Russell Hirschhorn, Benjamin Saper
On June 29, 2017, the Department of Labor ("DOL") requested another round of public comment on its fiduciary rule—this time in the form of a Request ("RFI") for Information.
By Keisha-Ann Gray, Laura Fant
Earlier this month, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has signed into law "An Act Concerning Pregnant Women in the Workplace" (the "Act"), which enhances employment protections for pregnant employees and applicants under the state's existing anti-discrimination law.
By Mark Theodore
Labor disputes are passionate affairs. Workplace grievances elicit all sorts of strident behavior. When the dispute involves a group of employees, the effect can become magnified.
By David Mordkoff
The Supreme Court recently answered this question, which seemed to pit different canons of interpretation against each other.
By Allan Bloom, Laura Fant
As we previously reported, in November 2016, NYC Mayor De Blasio signed into law the Freelance Isn't Free Act, establishing protections for freelance workers, including the right to receive...
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