Adjunct Professor DeBofsky: Courts do not see ERISA benefits disputes eligible under discovery

Environmental Law Professors (blog)   Jan. 27, 2014

Adjunct Professor Mark DeBofsky, who teaches in John Marshall’s Employee Benefits Program, has posted this article exploring how the courts developed a quasi-administrative law regime governing ERISA benefit disputes, despite Supreme Court rulings defining the contours of what a ”civil action” should consist of. DeBofsky also examines how ERISA cases are litigated and the scope of ERISA adjudications.

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