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A Kansas federal judge ruled Friday that Boeing Co. must face claims that the company’s treatment of workers’ benefits after it sold a Kansas plant to Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in 2005 violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, and Boeing cannot hold five separate trials to resolve the allegations.
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP has continued its expansion by hiring two partners, bringing the total number of partners hired this year to seven while adding manpower to the firm's benefits and capital markets practice areas.
A Massachusetts federal judge on Friday allowed a woman to move forward with a proposed class action claiming an insurance plan from Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Insurance Co. that covers medical expenses at nursing homes must also cover mental health care at her son's behavior-correcting summer camp.
Bankrupt envelope and printed product manufacturer Cenveo has asked a New York bankruptcy court to approve a settlement that would see the federal government pay $5.5 million to terminate a contract related to the 2020 U.S. Census.
A federal judge in Minnesota on Thursday dismissed Wells Fargo retirement plan participants' claims without a chance to revise, finding that their suit over losses the plans suffered after the bank copped to unethical sales practices doesn't fall under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.