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A Publication from Epstein Becker Green and The ERISA Industry Committee

Epstein Becker Green and The
ERISA Industry Committee ("ERIC") are pleased to release the current
issue of the Benefits Litigation Update ("Update"). The Update is a
publication which provides three primary components:

  1. Featured Articles addressing trends or topics currently being discussed in the benefits
    community which (i) explain why the topic is important, (ii) explain the
    impact of the topic on the reader, and (iii) propose some action that
    should be considered in response;
  2. Select Case Summaries involving noteworthy benefits litigation; and
  3. An opinion piece - Perspective of Counsel.

We have partnered with
ERIC in this endeavor and thank them for all their work on this issue and the upcoming Focus On call on July 23 at 2 pm (EDT).


Recent Supreme Court Decisions Revise Rules for Stock Drop Cases

Debra Davis, The ERISA Industry Committee

Hobby Lobby and the Questions Left Unanswered
John Houston Pope

Amara Landscape Continues to Evolve
Scott J. Macey, The ERISA Industry Committee

Supreme Court to Decide Whether A Failed Class Action May Extend

Deadline to Bring Follow-on Claims By Individual Plaintiffs

John Houston Pope and Debra Davis

Supreme Court Indicates That It Will Review "
Kenneth J. Kelly

Challenges Could Threaten Individual Subsidies and Employer

Mandate Penalties in States with Federal Exchanges

Adam C. Solander

Read the full Update

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