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Summary Plan Description Language Ruled Unenforceable

A decision handed down yesterday, September 30, 2014 by the United States District Court Central District of California in Mull v. Motion Picture Industry Health Plan, LA CV 12-06693-VBF.

The following analysis come to us from Professor Roger Baron:

Yesterday the U.S. District  Court for California, Central Division (Los […]

Second Circuit Overturns District Court in Wurtz v. Rawlings

A recent decision handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit court has overturned the Federal Court for the Eastern District of New York’s opinion and affirmed the application of NY General Obligations Law §5-335 as a law that regulates insurance.

 Although §5-335 was recently amended to specifically apply to […]

Positive Developments in U.S. Airways v. McCutchen

I have been keeping quiet with my fingers crossed for several months now, knowing that my friend and expert ERISA attorney, Tybe Ann Brett, Esq. had filed an application to serve an Amended Answer and Counterclaim in U.S. Airways v. McCutchen.  The Counterclaim alleges, among other things, Breach of Fiduciary Duty by the plan, and statutory […]

President Obama Signs Medicaid Recovery Mandate into Law

It’s getting tougher out there.

On December 26, 2013, President Obama signed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013. Section 202 of the Act is entitled “Strengthening Medicaid Third-Party Liability.” The new law amends portions of the federal Medicaid Act in an attempt to override the application of the allocation theory derived from Arkansas Dept. […]

Governor Cuomo Signs Into Law Anti-Subrogation Bill, Amending NYS GOB §5-335

There is some important news out of Albany: yesterday Governor Cuomo signed a bill (S5715A; A7828) amending the New York anti-subrogation law (General Obligations Law § 5-335). The new law, sponsored by NYS Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein (A.7828) and State Senator John Bonacic (S.5715),is aimed to eliminate the holding of the case of Wurtz v. Rawlings Co., LLC, 2013 WL1248631 […]

Newly Proposed Medicare Set-Aside Reporting Requirements in Liability Cases

Changes are forthcoming in the law for Medicare Set-Asides (MSAs) in liability cases. Just what those changes are have not been determined as of yet.      

Recently, Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking has been promulgated by CMS for public comment. There are seven (7) proposed options as to how Medicare […]

NYS Appellate Division Second Judicial Department Reverses Ruling in Trezza v. Trezza

In a reversal of arguments as to the enforceability of claims for reimbursement of Medicare Advantage Plans, on December 26, 2012 [argued September 21, 2012] the New York State Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department has reversed the lower court’s decision in the appeal of the matter of the Kings County Supreme Court decision of Trezza v. […]

Should You Pay the Plaintiff’s Medicare Lien?

Many attorneys and agencies have interpreted the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services v. Ahlborn, 547 U.S. 268,126 S.Ct. 1752 (2006), to mean that, Social Services agencies may be entitled to a lien on only that portion of personal injury litigation proceeds that reasonably represents the past medical portion […]