You probably already know that an ERISA Plan that fails to properly delegate administrative duties to another party may lose discretionary review. But does the delegation of authority have to be in writing? Maybe not, so long as the Plan allows for delegation. The recent case of Aschermann v. Aetna Insurance Company [PDF], __ F.3d__, 2012… Continue Reading
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