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Retaliatory Discharge Under ERISA

Published by on September 9, 2008

For those interested in ERISA, the Boston ERISA and Insurance Litigation Blog has a post here on a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit holding that a plaintiff must produce evidence of specific intent to retaliate for filing a claim for benefits in order to survive summary judgment. Related

For those interested in ERISA, the Boston ERISA and Insurance Litigation Blog has a post here on a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit holding that a plaintiff must produce evidence of specific intent to retaliate for filing a claim for benefits in order to survive summary judgment.

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