The Insurance Law Section invites you to get published!
The Section allows members to publish shorter articles (typically 500–750 words with no footnotes required) about a variety of insurance law issues:
- summarize a new court opinion;
- offer a practice tip;
- explore a new statute or proposed legislation;
- highlight an industry issue;
- provide insight into a niche topic; or
- anything of interest to Section members!
Please email Blair Dancy for more information!
*Publication is not an express or implied endorsement of content on the part of the Insurance Law Section. The Section reserves full discretion to accept or reject articles as it sees fit.
by Judith Ann Kostura Central States v Health Special Risk 5th Circuit, June 22, 2014 Central States, an ERISA plan, sued some non-ERISA plans alleging that the non-ERISA plans were primary, as defined by the Central States' ERISA plan's Coordination…