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AvMed Must Face Family’s Wilderness Therapy Coverage Suit

A Florida family is advancing a lawsuit accusing health insurer AvMed Inc. of wrongly refusing to pay for their teenage son’s treatments at a wilderness therapy program and a therapeutic boarding school, under a decision by the District of Utah.

Kansas Athletics Moves to Keep Football Practice Tapes Private

The University of Kansas’ athletics program is continuing to fight a former football coach’s discovery requests, asking a federal judge to block his subpoena seeking footage of all practices and games in the season following his 2018 termination.

Kaplan Hecker & Fink Brings Back Matz After Impeachment Work

Joshua Matz, a constitutional lawyer who worked on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee during President Donald Trump’s impeachment, is returning to Kaplan Hecker & Fink to launch a Washington office for the nearly 3-year-old boutique law firm.

US Steel Subsidiary Accused of Pruning Workers From Pension Plan

A former employee of a United States Steel Corp. subsidiary claims he was terminated as part of a pretextual scheme to remove workers from the “coveted” Carnegie Pension Fund, according to a lawsuit docketed Thursday in the Western District of Pennsylvania.

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