A case before a federal appeals court that challenges a new type of employee health plan has insurers and state regulators worried about its potential to create an end-run around Obamacare and state insurance regulations.
Now that special financial assistance has been signed into law for union-brokered pensions, all eyes are on the year 2051—the date through which a federal stimulus package is intended to prop up the most underfunded of those plans.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer may be able to trace its roots back to 18th century London, but after two years of aggressively building in the U.S., its leaders would prefer not to call it a Magic Circle firm.
Justice Department lawyers told the U.S. Supreme Court not to grant “windfalls” to people challenging their federal gun convictions following a 2019 high court ruling.
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