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What does the medical term uti stand for
Not so fast, CIGNA argued; the assignments granted from patients/plan participants to MSC were not broad enough to cover a claim for breach of fiduciary duty. The Court agreed: “An assignment of the right to direct payment of benefits will not assign patients’/assignors’ right to bring causes of action under other ERISA provisions that are not related to the reimbursement of benefits.” Dismissing MSC’s claims against CIGNA on these grounds, the Court did not reach the issue of whether MSC could have established all elements of standing, particularly injury, under Article III. The question left for another day: Would broader language in the assignments be all that a provider needs, or do hurdles still remain under Article III? … [Read more...] about District Court in Florida Further Defines Parameters of Medical Provider’s Standing to Sue under ERISA
“The employer and employee will need to explore options together in order to arrive at a solution that accommodates both the employee’s right to manifest his religious belief and the employer’s right to conduct his business. While the employee does not…have an absolute right to insist that he be allowed to do a particular job within the organisation on his own terms, nor should he readily be told that he should look for alternative employment. A solution that lies somewhere between those two positions is likely to be proportionate”. … [Read more...] about Religious Dress at Work – Where Does EU Law Now Stand?
In so doing, the court went a step beyond a recent Third Circuit case, Shalom Pentecostal Church. One of the issues in Shalom was a similar standing argument brought by the government that the pastor-beneficiary was unable to challenge a denied EB-4 petition in federal court; instead only the church-petitioner could be a plaintiff. While heavily favoring the pastor’s arguments by stating “[T]he cases relied upon by the Government appear limited to the administrative agency context…” the court found that the pastor could nonetheless be a plaintiff because the EB-4 Religious Ministers category allows for self-petitioning. … [Read more...] about Does a Beneficiary have Standing to Challenge a Petition Denial in Federal Court? More Judges are Saying ‘Yes’
“If unreasonable moves are made by Trump, and Iran continues to abide by the nuclear commitments, Europe, Russia, and China are highly likely to side with Iran,” Ellie Geranmayeh, a policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, recently told Foreign Policy, “and the unified stance on sanctions in pre-2013 days will be broken.” … [Read more...] about Where Does The Iran Deal Stand? Two Years Later, Trump Could Sabotage Landmark Agreement