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Legal Reader published Frank N. Darras’ article on the legal rights of people living with disabilities who were laid off. The article “Casualty of a Round of Serious Layoffs? Know These Long-Term Disability Tips” explains how disability insurance (including short-term and long-term policies) will play out for someone who’s been laid off in Silicon Valley,

Frank N. Darras wrote an article for the Daily Journal titled “NIL’s continuing impact on college sports and the law.” In it, he discusses how name/image/likeness issues continues to radically change the face of collegiate athletics.
He goes in detail into the potential for the PAC-12 to continue to lose members as wealthier conferences offer

If your employer-provided long-term disability insurance company denies your claim for monthly benefits following an administrative appeal, you have the right to sue the company in federal court. However, there may be a time limit within which you have to file this lawsuit.
The rules in this area are governed by provisions called statutes of

It’s not uncommon for long-term disability insurance companies to reject initial disability claims on employer-sponsored policies. There are countless reasons why an insurer might delay or deny your group disability claim; however, there are certain rules they must adhere to when they do.
When you file for monthly benefits on an ERISA disability insurance plan

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) is a collection of federal legislation that sets out rules and standards for a range of employer-provided benefits. The Act usually governs short- and long-term disability insurance policies companies provide to their workers.
However, this isn’t always the case. Policies sponsored by certain types of organizations