A Lesson in Hard Cases Making Bad Law: Insurers Acting as ERISA Fiduciaries May Be Required to Disclose Certain Attorney-Client Communications When Litigating Against Plan Beneficiaries,” Journal of Compensation and Benefits (Thomson-Reuters, January 2013). Co-Authors: Damian Capozzola and Jasmine Velazquez
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