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Causal Analyses in ERISA and the Affordable Care Act
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Apr. 10, 2014
"This commentary piece offers some observations on the causal analyses under ERISA section 510 and ACA section 1558. Part I discusses the relationship between a but-for analysis and a mixed-motives analysis. Part II observes that the recent U.S. Supreme Court case University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar may change the causal analysis for ERISA section 510 claims. Part III introduces the causal analysis applicable to ACA section 1558 claims and compares that to the traditional mixed-motives analysis."

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