Kantor & Kantor, LLP

Kantor & Kantor, LLP is one of the most experienced and highly respected law firms in the nation dealing with litigating insurance claims against insurance companies. Our firm also has extensive experience with the complex federal court pension litigation of ERISA matters.

It seems the courts had summer holiday plans this week, and as a result no decision stood out to us as particularly notable. There were, however, several cases worthy of a light beach read, including one involving an ex-wife seeking to garnish her ex-husband’s 401(k) plan account based on a defamation judgment against him, a

Carfora v. Teachers Ins. Annuity Ass’n of Am., No. 21 Civ. 8384 (KPF), 2024 WL 2815980 (S.D.N.Y. May. 31, 2024) (Judge Katherine Polk Failla)

ERISA was designed to hold plan sponsors, administrators, and other fiduciaries to high standards in order to protect workers’ retirement and welfare benefits. ERISA has proved adaptable throughout its fifty-year

Mator v. Wesco Distribution, Inc., No. 22-2552, __ F. 4th __, 2024 WL 2198120 (3d Cir. May. 16, 2024) (Before Circuit Judges Hardiman, Porter, and Fisher)

When the Supreme Court decided Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 556 U.S. 662 (2009), and Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 (2007), federal courts were suddenly tasked with the unenviable job of

Seguro Medico, LLC v. Suffolk Admin. Servs., No. 5:23-cv-2495, 2024 WL 1621343 (E.D. Pa. Apr. 15, 2024) (Judge Joseph F. Leeson, Jr.)

There’s a lot happening with healthcare right now. This week’s notable decision touches on several issues worth paying attention to, including healthcare data mining, “junk” health insurance plans, and health plan marketing