Court demands equity in retiree medical

Hickman, John R.; Grayson, Randy
October 2000
Employee Benefit News;Oct2000, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p1
Deals with an appellate court's decision on the Erie County Retirees Association versus County of Erie, Pennsylvania case involving retiree medical plan. Facts of the matter about retiree medical plan; Highlights of the case; Stance taken by the court on Medicare eligibility of the retirees.


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