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Life Insurance And ERISA Ruling

Here is a case from the United States 7th Circuit that deals with life insurance when the policy is an Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) policy.  The case is styled, Emma Cehovic-Dixneuf v. Lisa Wong. Pursuant to 29 U.S.C., … Continue reading

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IRS Issues Private Letter Ruling Regarding QDOT Election Extension Granted

On July 27, 2018 the Internal Revenue Service issued a private letter ruling regarding QDOT election extension: Decedent passed away leaving Surviving Spouse, a non-U.S. citizen, as the beneficiary of Decedent's estate. Surviving Spouse was the trustee of Trust 1… … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on the Alter Ego Ruling in Crystallex

I have had a bit of time to digest the district court’s ruling that PDVSA is Venezuela’s alter ego, and here are some preliminary thoughts. The opinion is 75 pages and covers a lot of ground, but I’ll focus on … Continue reading

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Insurer Seeks Rehearing of Ruling That Payment Instruction Fraud is Covered

The insurer on the receiving end of the recent Sixth Circuit ruling that the a payment instruction fraud loss is covered under the Computer Fraud section of a Commercial Crime policy has filed a petition for rehearing or rehearing en … Continue reading

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In Long-Anticipated Ruling, Federal Conviction of Former Cincinnati VA Deputy Chief of Staff Thrown Out by Trial Judge

Faruki Ireland Cox Rhinehart & Dusing PLL Partner Ben Dusing, successfully defended Dr. Temeck, culminating in “a stunning defeat for the U.S. attorney’s office”.  Read more here. The post In Long-Anticipated Ruling, Federal Conviction of Former Cincinnati VA Deputy Chief … Continue reading

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