Department of Labor Announces Ninety-Day Delay in Implementing New ERISA Disability Insurance Regulations

Posted in: Disability Insurance, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Legal Articles December 06, 2017

Long-term and Short-Term Disability insurance cases dominate ERISA benefits litigation. According to the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”), the administrative agency given the authority to regulate employee benefits under, and to enforce the statutory provisions of, the Employee Retirement Income …

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Robert McKennon and Scott Calvert Publish Article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal: “New Regulations Will Benefit Claimants in Disability Insurance Cases”

Posted in: Department of Labor/Regulations, Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Legal Articles, News Blog January 12, 2017

In the January 12, 2017 edition of the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Robert McKennon and Scott Calvert of the McKennon Law Group PC published an article summarizing the new U.S. Department of Labor disability insurance claims regulations aimed at reducing …

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Robert McKennon and Scott Calvert Publish Article: Insurers turn to Drones

Posted in: Disability Insurance, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Legal Articles, News Blog, Property & Casualty Insurance October 19, 2016

In the October 18, 2016 edition of the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Robert McKennon and Scott Calvert of the McKennon Law Group published an article regarding the use of drones by insurance companies in their insurance claims investigations.  In the …

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Robert McKennon Publishes Article: Ninth Circuit: 'Independent' Physicians may Favor Insurers

Posted in: Abuse of Discretion, ERISA, Insurance Litigation Blog, Legal Articles, News Blog, Standard of Review September 08, 2016

In the September 8, 2016 edition of the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Robert McKennon of the McKennon Law Group published an article regarding the use of so-called “independent” physicians used by insurance companies as a pretense to deny valid claims.  …

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The Number of Disabled Employees Increase as More Employers Drop Long-Term Disability Coverage

Posted in: Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, Insurance Litigation Blog, Legal Articles, News, Social Security Administration August 05, 2014

A disturbing trend that has developed across the country in recent years is that, while the number of workers/employees suffering from long-term illnesses or injuries has increased, the number of employers who provide long-term disability insurance has dropped dramatically.  As …

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Why Is It Important To Exhaust Your Administrative Remedies Under ERISA When Your Insurer Denies Your Disability Insurance Claim?

Posted in: Disability Insurance, Disability Insurance News, Insurance Litigation Blog, Legal Articles June 16, 2014

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”) provides an exclusive remedial scheme for insureds who have been denied benefits.  29 USC section 1001 et seq.  Under ERISA, a plan participant may sue “to recover benefits due to him …

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In MLG Case, the San Francisco Superior Court Rules that Plaintiff Therabotanics May Pursue Claims Against Sephora and Solazyme For Interference With Contract and Unfair Competition

Posted in: Legal Articles, News February 21, 2013

McKennon Law Group recently filed a case on behalf of Therabotanics, LLC, a subsidiary of Ideal Living, for breach of contract, unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets, harmful interference with contract, and conversion of assets against Sephora, USA, Inc. and …

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