On October 1, 2013, DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari filed the case of Harder v. Robert Morris University, No. 13cv7041 (U.S.Dist.Ct.N.D.Ill.) challenging an employer’s claim to an employee’s life insurance benefits. The lawsuit alleges multiple ERISA violations by Robert Morris University, asserting a breach of fiduciary duty owed to its employee, Philip Harder, who died earlier this year. The case has been assigned to Judge James Holdermand Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole.

For further information, contact Mark DeBofsky [email protected]. DeBofsky, Sherman & Casciari are Chicago-based disability benefits, employee benefits, and ERISA attorneys.

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