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Feds Double Down on ERISA Disclosure Argument After SCOTUS Look

Nothing in federal benefits law requires corporate insiders to make public disclosures beyond those required by securities law, the Labor Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission told the Second Circuit in letters that doubled down on their earlier position.

Some Nursing Homes Get Virus Aid But Don’t Pay Infected Workers

Many nursing-home workers around the country are losing pay after catching Covid-19 or being forced into quarantine, according to union officials, nursing home operators and workers. Meanwhile, some nursing-home operators that don’t pay sick workers have benefited from millions of dollars in taxpayer aid.

AAA Michigan Plan Members Get Mixed Ruling on Caregiver Benefits

AAA can’t limit fraud claims to a one-year lookback period in a proposed class action alleging that it underpaid policyholders for attendant care payments made under the Michigan Automobile No-Fault Insurance Act, according to a U.S. district court ruling in the state.

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