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765 F.2d 1295 *; 1985 U.S. App. LEXIS 20562 **; 6 Employee Benefits Cas. (BNA) 1980
Jack D. DENTON, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WACO, TEXAS, Defendant-Appellant
Subsequent History: [**1] Rehearing En Banc Denied August 28, 1985.
Prior History: Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas.
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Tax Law, Federal Taxpayer Groups, Exempt Organizations, Conditions & Restrictions, Federal Income Tax Computation, General Overview, Tax Accounting, Retirement Plans, Qualified Retirement Plans, Contributions to Plans, Distributions From Plans, Qualified Retirement Plans, Pensions & Benefits Law, ERISA, Civil Litigation, Administrative Law, Judicial Review, Governments, Fiduciaries, Standards of Review, De Novo Standard of Review, Reviewability, Exhaustion of Remedies, Civil Procedure, Justiciability, Exhaustion of Remedies, Administrative Remedies, Appeals, De Novo Review, Environmental Law, Administrative Proceedings & Litigation, Judicial Review, Civil Litigation, Remedies, Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies, Handling of Claims, Scope of Review, Arbitrary & Capricious Review, Labor & Employment Law, Collective Bargaining & Labor Relations, Enforcement of Bargaining Agreements, Causes of Action, Suits to Recover Plan Benefits, Fiduciaries, Claim Procedures, Costs & Attorney Fees, Damages