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ADMINISTRATION RELEASES NEW RULES ON CONTRACEPTION COVERAGE

The Internal Revenue Service, the Employee Benefits Security Administration and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services have released a set of interim final regulations and a set of proposed regulations related to coverage for recommended contraceptive services.  1,042 more words

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Fifth Circuit Reiterates ERISA Standard of Review.

ERISA Standard Of Review, by Raymond Ward, Louisiana Civil Appeals

http://tinyurl.com/mqhn2mq

In case anyone needed a reminder about the district court’s standard of review in an ERISA case, the U.S.

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Raymond Ward

The ERISA Rules for Premium Reimbursement Plans

More and more, small and medium sized businesses are transitioning away from group health insurance and setting up self-insured medical reimbursement plans to reimburse employees tax-free for individual health insurance. 315 more words

ERISA

Tenth Circuit - August 12, 2014

On August 12, 2014, the Tenth Circuit released two published civil cases.

In Holmes v. Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Long Term Disability Plan (No. 13-1175), the plaintiff appealed the district court’s ruling that her claim for ERISA disability benefits was barred by her failure to exhaust administrative remedies. 314 more words

Tenth Circuit

HR Update: Illinois Implements “Ban the Box” Law

The Job Opportunities for Qualified Applicants Act (Act), also known as “ban the box,” places restrictions on when employers may make pre-employment inquiries into an applicant’s criminal background or history. 380 more words

Illinois