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Evaluating ERISA Retaliation Claims (PDF)
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Jan. 12, 2015
"The issue of protecting employees from retaliation for complaining to management under Section 510 has created a circuit split over whether unilateral action, in the form of unsolicited internal complaints, constitutes ERISA-protected activity.... Because courts' statutory interpretations of ERISA are far from consistent, determining the best venue for a Section 510 retaliation claim is a critical step, and the specific circumstances surrounding the employee's complaints are important."

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