Social Security Rule Ignoring Precedent Upheld by Fourth Circuit
A Social Security Administration rule under which the agency, when making a disability benefits determination, needn’t consider another federal agency’s decision that the person is disabled, is valid, the Fourth Circuit said Monday.
Medicare Ransomware Attack Details Sought by GOP Committee Heads
Republican congressional leaders want the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to turn over more information on a ransomware attack that exposed the identifiable information of 254,000 Medicare beneficiaries.
MetLife Retirees Get Boost in Challenge to Pension Calculations
A lawsuit accusing
Aetna’s Tentative Spinal Surgery Coverage Settlement Looks Shaky
Biden Wields Veto Pen for First Time to Block Anti-ESG Bill (2)
African Methodist Clergy Advance Claims of Steep Pension Losses
A lawsuit claiming the African Methodist Episcopal Church retirement plan lost more than $90 million through mismanagement and malfeasance is moving forward after a federal judge issued a lengthy ruling resolving multiple motions to dismiss.