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Knowledge of Plan's Reimbursement Claim May Make Attorneys Liable for Honoring That Claim
Thompson Publishing GroupLink to more items from this source
Apr. 12, 2002
Excerpt: Two federal district courts recently ruled that whether or not a plan participant's attorney can be personally held liable for reimbursing a group health plan hinges on the attorney's knowledge of the plan's reimbursement right.

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