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Oral Argument Transcript, Coventry v. Nevils (FEHBA)

Posted March 10 2017 Roger Baron www.erisawithprofessorbaron.com Oral Argument Transcript, Coventry v. Nevils (FEHBA)  On Monday of this week, the U.S. Supreme Court entertained Oral Argument in Coventry v. Nevils, the case in which the Missouri Supreme Court upheld Missouri’s Anti-Subrogation law so as to deny subrogation in a FEHBA (Federal Employees Health Benefits Act)…

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List of Anti-Civil Justice Bills

Posted March 8 2017Roy Mullman South Carolina Nursing Home Blog Your Rights Are Being Taken Away Next week, the House will vote on a series of bills that will make it difficult – if not impossible — for Americans harmed by corporate misconduct to seek justice in our nation’s courts. These anti-civil justice bills are:…

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Lien Resolution Webinar March 30 2017

Think your settlement is buttoned up? THINK AGAIN A CLE-Eligible Webinar Featuring Franklin Solomon Esq Brett Newman Lien Resolution Group Thursday March 30, 2017 2 :00 Eastern Time Now is the time to protect your client’s settlement proceeds. When personal injury cases settle your client might think the process has successfully come to an end and…

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Mass Tort Med School Discount Code

Mass Tort Med School + Class Actions March 15-17, 2017 * Orlando, Florida * Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes Mention Lien Resolution Group When You Register to Receive $200 Off the $995 Regular Cost Join us for a deep dive into the science and medicine of mass torts. Learn about trends and opportunities. Hear from a stellar…

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NY Federal Court Remands ERISA Removal on basis of “probate exception” to federal jurisdiction

Posted 1/30/17 Roger Baron Roger.Baron@usd.edu www.erisawithprofessorbaron.com In In the Matter of Boisseau, U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York, (CV-00549-LEK-ATB Jan. 30, 2017), the ERISA Plan’s removal to federal court was rejected and the case remanded to state court. The disposition of settlement proceeds relating to the wrongful death of the ERISA beneficiary was…