Month: December 2021
There are Limits to Discovery Games
Mr. Hornady filed a lawsuit against his employer, Outokumpo Stainless, in 2018 under the Fair Labor Standards Act due to various wage and hour violations, including failure to pay regular wages for all time clocked in, failure to pay overtime
When Do I Have an ADA Case?
The 11th Circuit in a per curium opinion recently addressed the issue of when a case accrues under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)in Karantsalis v. City of Miami Springs, Fla., 20-11134 (11th Cir. Nov. 12, 2021). Mr. Karantsalis developed
The Remand Has No Clothes!
Remand is a word that often arises in ERISA cases. It typically refers to a court returning a case back to the plan administrator (which is often an insurance company, if the plan is insured) to correct a mistake, and
Wearing You Down With Your ERISA Claim
A recent Fifth Circuit case reminds us of one of the tactics insurance companies may use to wear down claimants. As we all know, many claimants who suffer from restrictions or chronic pain go through difficult times and grow weary