Wit v. United Behav. Health, No. 20-17363, 2023 WL 5356640 (9th Cir. Aug. 22, 2023) (Before Circuit Judges Christen and Forrest, and District Judge Michael M. Anello)

As the title indicates, this is the third time the Ninth Circuit has wrestled with this long-running class action alleging that insurance giant United Behavioral Health (“UBH”)

Chavez v. Plan Benefit Servs., No. 22-50368, __ F. 4th __, 2023 WL 5160393 (5th Cir. Aug. 11, 2023) (Before Circuit Judges Wiener, Stewart, and Engelhardt)

Judicial decisions in ERISA cases usually do not have repercussions in the larger legal world, but this case presents a potential exception. The issue addressed by the

Peters v. Aetna Inc., No. CIVIL 1:15-cv-00109-MR, 2023 WL 3829407 (W.D.N.C. Jun. 5, 2023) (Judge Martin Reidinger)

Fee cases have long been a dominant part of pension litigation. With the increased scrutiny on healthcare plan practices and the uptick in ERISA healthcare litigation in recent years, plan participants and fiduciaries are increasingly challenging fees