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MedARC, LLC v. Meritain Health, Inc.

Court: ND Tx  12/03/2021  Court Adopts Recommendation of Dismissal of ERISA Claims for Lack of Standing and Preemption, But Promissory Estoppel Claim Survives

A court of the Northern District of Texas adopted a magistrate's recommendation to grant in part and deny in part insurer's motion to dismiss, dismissing the ERISA claims for lack of constitutional and statutory standing and the breach of contract claim on preemption grounds, but held plaintiff's promissory estoppel claim is not preempted under ERISA and not subject to dismissal.

ERISA, assignment of benefits, 12(b)(1), 12(b)(6), standing doctrine, constitutional standing, statutory standing, preemption doctrine, breach of contract, promissory estoppel

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