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Halo looms over new decision that adds to ERISA risks for claims administrators

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

The latest decision to rely on the influential Halo v. Yale Health Plan decision from the 2nd Circuit adds to a worrisome pattern of courts applying the strictest possible review to lawsuits brought by aggrieved plan...more

Compelled Vocational Examinations of Injured Plaintiffs are Not Permitted in California

by Selman Breitman LLP on

Defendants litigating against personal injury claims in California cannot compel injured plaintiffs to submit to a vocational rehabilitation examination—even if the plaintiff has retained his or her own vocational expert to...more

Helping Your Child Transition From School to Work

What will your child do after "aging out" of special education? While the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) has helped ensure that children with disabilities enjoy access to appropriate educational programs...more

6th Circuit: Plan Administrators are NOT Necessarily Required to Obtain Vocational Evidence or an IME Before Making their LTD...

In Judge v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company [PDF], 710 F.3d 651 (6th Cir. 2013), the Sixth Circuit rejected plaintiff’s proposed bright-line rule requiring plan administrators to obtain vocational evidence and an IME...more

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