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Court Finds No Proof of Benefits Interference by Duke Energy
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[Guidance Overview]
Jan. 26, 2012
The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has found no proof that Duke Energy interfered with the early retirement benefits of a laid off employee. In affirming a lower court's summary judgment ruling, the appellate court found [the] claim under [ERISA] fails because he did not made a prima facie showing of 'the existence of (1) prohibited employer conduct (2) taken for the purpose of interfering (3) with the attainment of any right to which the employee may become entitled.'

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