Reasonable Reliance on Erroneous SPD Needed to Establish Entitlement to Additional ERISA Benefits

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Although plaintiffs disagreed, the court adopted defendants’ argument that the Ninth Circuit required a showing of “reasonable reliance.” The district court reasoned that providing an additional benefit absent a showing of reasonable reliance would provide a windfall for the former employees and that is a “result abhorred by ERISA.”

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