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  • December 01, 2023

    Prime Healthcare ERISA Judge 'Befuddled' By Class Cert. Ask

    A California federal judge on Friday questioned the standing of the three named plaintiffs seeking class certification in a federal benefits class action against Prime Healthcare Services Inc., saying she is "befuddled" about how certification would change the case at all.

  • December 01, 2023

    Judge Chides Tribe Seeking Blue Cross Default As 'Obstinate'

    A federal judge on Friday nixed a Native American tribe's latest bid for default judgment against Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act and the state's Health Care False Claims Act, saying the tribe, like the insurer, has been "obstinate" during the suit's discovery phase.

  • December 01, 2023

    Feds Say Biz Group Lacks Standing In Trans Coverage Suit

    The Biden administration has hit back at a Christian business association's attempt to block its policy requiring businesses to offer insurance for gender transition procedures, saying the group lacks standing for having failed to allege specific harms suffered by its members.

  • December 01, 2023

    Wells Fargo Ex-CEO Says Bank Stiffing Him On $34M In Pay

    Timothy Sloan, the onetime chief executive of Wells Fargo & Co., sued the California banking giant on Friday over roughly $34 million in compensation he alleges was wrongfully withheld from him after his 2019 exit from the scandal-tarnished firm.

  • December 01, 2023

    Ex-CEO For Space Cargo Biz Can't Revive Legal Fee Suit

    Delaware's Supreme Court let stand on Friday a Court of Chancery ruling that space infrastructure company Momentus Inc. has no obligation to advance legal fees to its co-founder and former CEO after he waived most of his rights to indemnification and advancement when he left the company in 2021.

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