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Don’t Make Benefits Promises Your Company Can’t Keep

November 1, 1996
Related Topics: Benefit Design and Communication, Finance/Taxes, Medical Benefits Law, Featured Article
The Varity Supreme Court case ruling implies that if a company acting as a plan fiduciary misleads workers about benefits under ERISA, employees can sue for individual relief. There can be even bigger implications.
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