Tag Archives: ERISA Benefits

Court Awards ERISA Plaintiff Attorney Fees – Case Settled After Suit Filed

ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974) provides that “the court in its discretion may allow a reasonable attorney’s fee and costs of action to either party.” In a 2010 case, the Supreme Court held that a party does not need to be a “prevailing party” (usually thought of as the party who won […]

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Book Review: ERISA Benefits Litigation Answer Book 2013

I recently received an inquiry from the Practicing Law Institute asking whether I would be interested in reviewing a new book, ERISA Benefits Litigation Answer Book 2013, by Craig C. Martin and Amanda S. Amert. I googled the authors and discovered that they are partners at Jenner & Block, a firm of approximately 450 lawyers. […]

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