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  • January 17, 2019

    Pension Fund Defends Liability Math In Fight With NY Times

    A trial court overstepped when it nixed an arbitrator's decision upholding the use of a formula that The New York Times Co. said inflated its pension withdrawal liability to calculate how much the company owed, the Times' deliverers' pension fund told the Second Circuit.

  • January 17, 2019

    Wex Inks $425M Deal For Administrator Discovery Benefits

    Maine-based Wex will snap up employee benefits administrator Discovery Benefits for $425 million as the payments and technology company looks to bolster its offerings to customers, according to a Thursday statement.

  • January 17, 2019

    Retirees' Deal With PPG Nets $7.7M, Health Benefits For 7 Yrs.

    PPG Industries Inc. will pay a class of retirees $7.65 million and ensure them health benefits through 2025 to settle allegations that the paint and chemical company wrongly cut off promised lifetime health benefits, the retirees told an Ohio federal court Thursday.

  • January 17, 2019

    NJ Docs Not Bound By Two-Year Bar In Workers' Comp Cases

    Medical providers in New Jersey are not bound by the two-year statute of limitations covering employees in workers' compensation cases but instead have six years to bring their related claims, a state appeals court said Thursday, addressing a legislative amendment that gave the Division of Workers' Compensation jurisdiction over those claims.

  • January 17, 2019

    Moonves Demands CBS Arbitrate $120M Severance Denial

    Former CBS chief Les Moonves is taking the network to arbitration over its denial of a $120 million exit package following his ouster last year over alleged sexual harassment in the workplace, according to a financial disclosure CBS filed Wednesday.

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