Pensioners Push To Revive Halliburton Benefit Suit

Law360, New York (August 23, 2012, 6:09 PM EDT) -- A Halliburton Co. retirement plan member asked the Second Circuit on Thursday to revive a putative class action over an alleged cut to retirement benefits for workers at a spun-off subsidiary, arguing that the dismissal on technical grounds should be overturned.

The suit, brought on behalf of employees of onetime Halliburton unit Dresser-Rand Co. after the company cut their subsidized early retirement plan, was thrown out because the plaintiffs had not made a formal query about their benefits to Halliburton. But Halliburton treated cuts to the...
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