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Unsettled Case Law Leads 7th Circuit To Uphold Award In ERISA Dispute

CHICAGO - Citing the previously unsettled state of case law regarding the production of insurers' internal documents and a lack of bad faith in an insurer's handling requests for such documents, a Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel on Nov. 28 upheld a lower court's ruling that had...

Chiropractors Sufficiently Alleged Breach, Bad Faith Under ERISA, Judge Rules

NEWARK, N.J. - Three chiropractors pursuing class claims against a health insurer's "bundling" of purportedly distinct claims survived dismissal on July 31, with a New Jersey federal judge finding that they had satisfied standing and pleading requirements under the Employee Retirement Income...

Federal Judge Grants Health Insurers Summary Judgment In Reimbursement Dispute

NEWARK, N.J. - A New Jersey federal judge on Aug. 1 granted summary judgment in favor of health insurers in a reimbursement dispute and denied the plaintiffs' motion for class certification (Premier Health Center, et al. v. UnitedHealth Group, et al., No. 11-425, D. N.J.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 108041...

3rd Circuit Reverses Dismissal Of Dispute Against Health Insurer; Analysis Wrong

PHILADELPHIA - A Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals panel on Aug. 16 reversed a putative class action reimbursement dispute against a health insurer, saying the lower court improperly relied on the defendant's competing account of events when dismissing the claim (TRi3 Enterprises v. Aetna Inc....