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District Court Rejects Retirees’ Claim for Lifetime Healthcare Benefits

A federal district court in Michigan dismissed retirees’ claims for lifetime, unalterable healthcare benefits from BorgWarner.  BorgWarner provided healthcare benefits to Plaintiffs through a series of collective bargaining agreements  and health insurance agreements.  After BorgWarner unilaterally modified the available retiree healthcare benefits, Plaintiffs filed suit.  Applying the principles set forth in M&G Polymers USA, LLC v. … Continue Reading

District Court Permits ERISA Claim for Benefits of IRO Review, Holding Such Review Is Not an Arbitration

In Yox v. Providence Health Plan, No. 12–cv–01348, 2013 WL 865968 (D. Or. Mar. 8, 2013), a federal district court held that the review of benefit denials by an independent review organization (IRO) is not akin to an arbitration proceeding, and thus did not preclude a plan participant from seeking judicial review under ERISA of … Continue Reading
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