May 24, 2017
The discussions about national healthcare reform contain very little comment about the near complete legal immunity of health insurers and employer sponsored plans. As I've discussed before, there is relatively no accountability when ERISA plan fiduciaries wrongfully deny benefits or violate the terms of ERISA. Tony Sebok, Professor of Law at the Cardozo Law School has some comments today on that issue. He promises to post additional thoughts as the week goes on.
For more information about the problems ERISA creates, take a look at a new blog from a friend of mine, Richard Johnston. Good stuff.
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