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?Vacatur' of opinion denied in ERISA case (access required)

When a party is unhappy with a court's decision, he may just want to make it all go away. One way to get rid of a troublesome precedent is to settle the case, then ask the court to vacate its decision. An insurance company tried that approach in Neumann v. Prudential Ins. Co. (VLW 005-3-454). After an ...

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