Month: March 2020

COVID-19: Insurance Policy Considerations

As of March 31, the Coronavirus Resource Center of Johns Hopkins University reports that, in the United States, there have been approximately 177,452 people diagnosed with COVID-19 with 3,606 deaths being recorded.  It is an understatement that this new strain of Coronavirus will radically alter life in the United States – and the world – … Continued

ERISA Plan Disclosures Not “Actual Knowledge” Unless Read

ERISA requires plaintiffs with “actual knowledge” of an alleged fiduciary breach to file suit within three years of gaining that knowledge under 29 U. S. C. §1113(2). For plaintiffs without “actual knowledge, a 6-year period applies. The United States Supreme Court addressed the requirements for having “actual knowledge” in a case decided on February 26, … Continued