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No Death Benefits After Fatal Catheter Accident, 5th Cir. Says

National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh properly denied accidental death benefits on behalf of a woman who bled to death after accidentally cutting her dialysis catheter while changing a bandage, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled Tuesday.

Warren Attacks Goldman’s Proposed DOL Retirement Plan Waiver (2)

Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Tina Smith (D-Minn.) are calling on the U.S. Labor Department to withdraw a preliminary waiver issued late in the Trump administration that would allow Goldman Sachs to continue managing retirement assets despite a subsidiary’s criminal conviction.

Rockwell Automation Retiree Advances New Pension Data Lawsuit

A Rockwell Automation Inc. retiree is moving forward with a proposed class action challenging the actuarial data the company uses to calculate some pensions, after a Wisconsin federal judge declined to dismiss the case based on the retiree’s alleged failure to first raise the issue internally with Rockwell.

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