- May 6th, 2019
Last week, on May 1, 2019, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania rejected the logic of the...
- April 17th, 2018
If you have worked with Precision Resolution in the past or have been to any of our lectures, then you know that...
- February 21st, 2018
Federal Employee Health Benefit ("FEHB") plans have grown bolder in their attempts to collect since the U.S. Supreme Court decision inCoventry Health Care of Mo. v. Nevils, 137 S.Ct. 1190 (2017). See our past post on that case here. In some cases, these plans have claimed that their reimbursement rights are superior, even to the attorney's fee. If you find yourself in this situation, keep on reading.
The Federal Employee Health Benefits Act expressly provides that any provisions in a FEHB plan that "relate to the nature, provision, or extent of coverage or benefits" preempt state law which relates to health insurance or plans. 5 U.S.C. §8902(m)(1).