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ERISA Oxymoron of the Year


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11/17/2008
Brian S. King
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Stephen Rosenberg, who knows better, provides the ERISA oxymoron of this young year with his comment from a blog post a few days ago: "well now, at some point, I am convinced, we are going to get the Supreme Court to weigh in on exactly when and when not states can regulate employers’ provision of health care to their employees in light of ERISA preemption." 

Stephen, Stephen, Stephen.  You and I pretty much agree on the preemption prospects for the employer mandate ordinance from the City of San Francisco.  It doesn't have much hope.  But to say that the Supreme Court will provide exact guidance about the scope of ERISA preemption?  Dude, your credibility is on the line.  Why not just go ahead and predict that next year astronomers will accurately measure the size of the Universe down to the millimeter?   

I know, I know--you just got carried away.  No thanks required.  The ERISA nerd blogging community looks out for one another. 



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2 Comments to "ERISA Oxymoron of the Year"

Ouch!

Well, in my defense, I do think having a well-versed ERISA lawyer on board in the pre-litigation and litigation process makes ERISA easier. Which isn't to say it's easy to begin with. Cuz, you know, it ain't!
Posted by Brian S. King on November 17, 2008 at 01:47 PM
Brian, as I finished reading your comments on the Stephen Rosenberg's Oxymoron, I scrolled up and my eyes caught the banner which continually runs across your web site, "Making ERISA Claims easier..."

What's that saying about people who live in glass houses?
Posted by Roger Baron on November 17, 2008 at 01:47 PM

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