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US Supreme Court to Consider ERISA’s Tracing Requirements

On March 30, the U.S. Supreme Court announced it would review Bd. of Trustees of Nat. Elevator Indus. Health Ben. Plan v. Montanile, 593 F. App’x 903 (11th Cir. 2014). As discussed here, at issue in the case is whether an ERISA fiduciary of a health benefit plan, who alleges that a beneficiary was overpaid … Continue Reading

Second Circuit Rejects Plan’s Claim For Reimbursement From Another Plan

Where an ERISA plan specifically sets forth in the plan document its rights to reimbursement/subrogation vis-à-vis a plan participant then there is no requirement that recovery be conditioned on the plan being able to trace the recovered monies to the original benefit payment.  Under such circumstances, the plan is considered to have an equitable lien … Continue Reading
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