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Sixth Circuit Rules Retiree Healthcare Benefits Claim Is Not Arbitrable

The Sixth Circuit, in a split decision, held that a dispute between a union and an employer regarding retiree healthcare benefits was not arbitrable because the issue of retiree healthcare benefits was not encompassed within the collective bargaining agreement’s (CBA’s) grievance procedures. The United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied-Industrial and Service Workers … Continue Reading

Seventh Circuit: Agreement for Retiree Healthcare Benefits Survives Agreement’s Termination

The Seventh Circuit held that retirees and their families were entitled to lifetime healthcare benefits because, although the healthcare agreement that had been negotiated by their union had expired, it provided that covered individuals “shall not have such coverage terminated or reduced . . . notwithstanding the expiration of this Agreement, except as the Company … Continue Reading
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