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Court Says the Development of a Disabling Condition after Surgery for an Unrelated Condition Does Not Preclude Recovery of ERISA Disability Benefits under Pre-Existing Condition Exclusion

Insurance companies often seek to exclude insureds from coverage through their long-term disability (“LTD”) plans by asserting the pre-existing condition exclusion.  If an applicant for LTD benefits has a non-disabling condition or becomes disabled as a result of a condition … Continue reading

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D’oh! Cut and paste job goes bad… charges against Assange revealed in unrelated court filing.

The Washington Post has the story, which is every lawyer’s nightmare when they hit the file button on cm/ecf:WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been charged under seal, prosecutors inadvertently revealed in a recently unsealed court filing — a development that … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Radio: Unrelated Business Income Tax and Fringe Benefits

I’ll be on Nonprofit Radio this Friday, June 1, at 10:30 am PT / 1:30 pm ET talking with host Tony Martignetti about the unrelated business income tax and how charities who provide certain transportation- or parking-related fringe benefits to their employees may now … Continue reading

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Administrative Law Judge recommends termination of employee found guilty of misconduct unrelated to official duties

Administrative Law Judge recommends termination of employee found guilty of misconduct unrelated to official duties NYC Department of Sanitation v Ragone, OATH Index #1970/11 Pursuant to Mayoral Executive Order No. 16, the Department of Sanitation sought to terminate the employment … Continue reading

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The lunacy of the restraint against "exposing the children to members of the opposite sex, unrelated by blood or marriage, overnight "

A common restraint in South Carolina family court orders involving custody or visitation with minor children is a restraint against "exposing the children to members of the opposite sex, unrelated by blood or marriage, overnight." South Carolina family court culture … Continue reading

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