Ex-Intel Worker Urges High Court Not To Take On ERISA Suit

Law360 (April 30, 2019, 5:09 PM EDT) -- A former Intel worker told the U.S. Supreme Court that it didn't need to weigh in on when the statute of limitations begins to run for Employee Retirement Income Security Act claims, arguing a lower court properly found his suit wasn't time-barred.

Christopher M. Sulyma urged the high court on Monday to reject two Intel Corp. retirement plans' invitation to rule on whether ERISA precluded plaintiffs from bringing suits if they had possessed all the relevant information underlying their claims for more than three years.

That question didn't apply in his proposed ERISA class action, Sulyma contended, because he didn't have that knowledge more...

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