Monday, October 15, 2012
The 10th Annual Employee Benefits Symposium: The Past, Present, and Future of Supreme Court Jurisprudence on ERISA
The John Marshall Law Review, volume 45 #3, spring 2012
- Colleen E. Medill,The Past, Present, and Future of Supreme Court Jurisprudence on ERISA, p. xxv.
- José Martin Jara, What is the Correct Standard of Prudence in Employer Stock Cases?, p. 541.
- John D. Blum and Gayland O. Hethcoat II, Medicaid Governance in the Wake of National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius: Finding Federalism's Middle Pathway, from Administrative Law to State Compacts, p. 601.
- Albert Feuer, How the Supreme Court and the Department of Labor May Dispel Myths About ERISA's Family Law Provisions that Arise Thereunder, p. 635.
- Susan Harthill, The Supreme Court Fills a Gaping Hole: CIGNA Corp. v. Amara Clarifies the Scope of Equitable Relief Under ERISA, p. 767.
- David Pratt, Summary Plan Descriptions After Amara, p. 811.
- Kevin Wiggins, Medical Provider Claims: Standing Assignments, and ERISA Preemption, p. 861
- Lucas Walker, Purpose over Formality: Putting an End to the Catch-22 Preventing Workers from Speaking Up About ERISA Benefits Abuse, p. 893.