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Recent Developments in ERISA Liens

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Date Published

August 3, 2017


Consumer Attorneys of California




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What do you do when a self-funded ERISA plan claims a right to all or most of your client's net personal injury recovery? Various defenses will be addressed, including the make whole doctrine, equity, CFR's governing the drafting of Summary Plan Descriptions, and reasonable expectations doctrine. Potential liability of plaintiff's attorney for ERISA lien will be analyzed.

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Donald M. de Camara
Law Offices Of Donald M. de Camara

Donald de Camara graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 1976. He is a sole practitioner in Carlsbad, CA... Read More

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Recent Developments in ERISA Liens - Video
Recent Developments in ERISA Liens - Paper
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