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Supreme Court to Review Rules Governing Vesting of Retiree Health Benefits under CBAs
Benefits Bryan Cave Link to more items from this source
May 20, 2014
"Application of the [UAW v. Yard-Man, Inc.] presumption to collective bargaining agreements has resulted in uncertainty for employers and retirees, inconsistent outcomes for collective bargaining agreements covering employees in different circuits, and forum-shopping by retirees seeking application of Sixth Circuit precedent. A Supreme Court opinion should resolve the uncertainty for employers and retirees alike and eliminate the jurisdictional gamesmanship that has long plagued these cases." [M&G Polymers USA, LLC v. Tackett, No. 13-1010 (on appeal from 6th Cir., cert. granted May 5, 2014)]

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