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The Money’s Gone. Now What? Possible Post-Montanile Remedies

American Conference Institute’s 14th National Forum on ERISA Litigation
Mark Spencer
Mark Spencer

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2016 decision in Montanile v. Board of Trustees of the National Elevator Industry Health Benefit Plan now limits the ability of ERISA health insurance plans to recover money received by a plan participant as part of a third-party settlement agreement, even if the insurance plan has a subrogation provision in place.

Speaking at the American Conference Institute’s 14th National Forum on ERISA Litigation, McAfee & Taft ERISA litigator Mark Spencer discusses the Montanile decision’s significant implications for plan sponsors as well as possible remedies. His presentation includes an in-depth discussion on fiduciary liability, subrogation and revival, and the fraudulent conduct doctrine.

The American Conference Institute’s two-day event provides expert strategies for leading in-house and outside counsel on litigating today’s key issues involving ERISA claims and class actions.

March 1, 2017
InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile
Chicago, Illinois