February 2, 2021 Boston, Massachusetts – Jonathan M. Feigenbaum, Esq. will speak to members of the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law Employee Benefits Committee on, “Current Trends in ERISA Disability Benefits Claim Litigation.”
This presentation will made on February 5th during their 2021 VIRTUAL MIDWINTER MEETING. During the session Jonathan will explore the critical issues in ERISA benefit claims litigation, with a particular focus on disability benefits. Among other things, this panel will discuss when “objective evidence” is required to support a disability benefits claim; the evolving case law on pre-existing conditions; the implications of noncompliance with the claims regulations in litigation for plan administrators; an update on attorneys’ fee awards; and anticipated issues related to COVID-19 and disability benefits claims. He will present with Ada Dolph, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Chicago, Illinois.
Jonathan is a long-time member of the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law Employee Benefits Committee. He has served as Vice Chair and Chair of Committees within TIPS. He is an American Bar Association Lifetime Fellow.
“I am excited about the opportunity and honored to be chosen to speak to my peers about the Current Trends in ERISA Disability Benefits Claim Litigation and anticipated issues related to COVID-19 and disability benefits claims.”