Workers Blast Cigna's Opposition To Sanction Bid As Sloppy
Law360 (May 13, 2019, 8:57 PM EDT) -- Workers who won an Employee Retirement Income Security Act class action against Cigna Corp. in 2012 urged a Massachusetts federal judge to sanction the company over allegedly improper payments to the class, saying Cigna's argument against sanctions was riddled with errors.
A Cigna court filing opposing the workers’ bid for sanctions contained so many misquotations and misstatements of court orders that the workers created a separate exhibit just to address them all, the workers said in a reply brief filed Friday in support of their sanctions motion.
“The primary things that Cigna offers in its defense are not ... any identification...
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