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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled benefit plan administrators who are responsible for deciding an employee’s eligibility and whether or not to pay claims have a potential conflict of interest, according to the Financial Times. The paper reports, “The justices decided that courts reviewing cases where a claimant was denied disability benefits are entitled to take into account the potential conflict engendered by this kind of dual rule.”

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