ERISA not intended to preempt state laws regulating insurance, Outcome: U.S.Supreme Court holds, once again, that ERISA preempts everything,
Aetna Health, Inc. v. Davila , Juan
Court U.S. Supreme Court
Case Number 02-1845 and 03-83
- United States
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit
Case Number: 03-4363
ERISA should not preempt state insurance laws.
Court: Massachusetts District Court
Case Number: 05-2877
- Objective evidence of disability
Anti-consumer and anti-policyholder affects of denying coverage in disability cases involving both a disease that is difficult to document objectively and an overwhelming amount of medical evidence that favors a finding of complete disability. Long term care insurance companies are sometimes permitted too much discretion…
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit
Case Number: 04-15328
Participants and Beneficiaries suing on behalf of an ERISA plan under 502(a) (2) should be able to seek money from the plan in the same manner as a fiduciary. Petition for rehearing.
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit
Case Number: 01-10829-GG
Scope of ERISA preemption after Unum Life Insurance v. Ward. United Policyholders argued that remedial state statutes regulate insurance and should not be pre-empted by ERISA.