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Employee Health Plans: Good News / Bad News – State Claims Reporting Laws Do Not Apply, but Recovery of Overpayments Made More...

Employee health plans recently received good and bad news from the Supreme Court. On the upside, the Court invalidated a State law that required self-insured employee health plans (and their third-party administrators) to...more

Supreme Court Expands the Potential for Challenges of ERISA Fiduciaries and Their Ongoing Duty to Monitor Investment Options

The Supreme Court recently affirmed that retirement plan fiduciaries have an ongoing duty under ERISA to monitor investment options and the fees charged by them. This means that ERISA plan fiduciaries can be held liable if...more

What Does the Supreme Court’s Ruling in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer Mean for ESOPs and Other Retirement Plan Fiduciaries?

Fiduciaries of qualified retirement plans, including Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), have generally been entitled to a presumption that they have acted prudently in offering employer stock as an investment alternative...more

The Federal Court for the Southern District of New York Rules that Employers with Self-Insured Health Plans Need Not Offer Medical...

The issue of same-sex spousal rights is now largely resolved for qualified retirement plans. However, substantial questions about same-sex spouse health benefits remain unanswered. In Roe v. Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield,...more

New York City Employers Must Provide Employees with Earned Sick Leave Act Notices by May 1, 2014

Employers with employees working in New York City only have a few days left to provide mandatory notices to employees informing them of their rights under the Earned Sick Leave Act (“Act”). Written notice must be provided to...more

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