Monthly Archives: October 2010

Judge Rejects Challenge to Health Care Law

A Federal Judge in Detroit ruled on Thursday that key parts of the Health Care Reform Act are constitutional.

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Kentucky Court Holds Insurer is Proper Party Defendant

An issue that crops up often in ERISA litigation is just who can be sued.  A strict interpretation of the statute would lead one to the conclusion that only the “plan administrator” can be sued.  Unfortunately, the plan administrator is often a fictitious entity with no assets and no ability to respond to a judgment. […]

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