Labor Relations

Supreme Court Review: NLRB, ERISA, Affordable Care Act

, New York Law Journal

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In their Labor Relations column, John P. Furfaro and Risa M. Salins address this term's Supreme Court rulings on the validity of the 2012 recess appointments to the NLRB, the constitutionality of state "fair share" laws, the enforceability of contractual limitations periods in benefit plans governed by ERISA, whether a special presumption of prudence applies to fiduciaries of ESOPs and religious exemptions to the contraceptive mandate imposed under the Affordable Care Act.

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Originally appeared in print as Supreme Court Review: NLRB, ERISA Fair Share Laws, Affordable Care Act

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