May 18, 2022

Volume XII, Number 138

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Jean E. Tomasco

Jean Tomasco's practice involves employer counseling and employment litigation, with an emphasis on the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and benefits litigation. She is a member of the firm’s Health + Benefits Litigation Team and its Labor, Employment, Benefits + Immigration Group.

Employee Benefits and Compensation Litigation

Jean has more than two decades of experience handling benefit claims litigation. She represents insurers, managed care organizations, and employers in benefit claims litigation, including retaliatory discharge claims and claims brought against plan fiduciaries. She represents plan administrators and insurers in enforcing plan and policy terms and recovering overpayments. Jean’s extensive experience in this area has led to positive results for her clients, such as her successful defense of a financial institution against a claim by its pension plan participants for additional retirement benefits.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Jean E. Tomasco

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The National Law Review has selected Robinson & Cole LLP’s Employee Benefits + Compensation practice group for a Go-To Thought Leadership award related to the tax implications and steps employers need to take concerning Cobra subsidies required by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).    This practice group has published a number of articles on when COBRA subsidies expire, the management of responsibilities with third-party administrators, and related COVID-19 guidance which has provided key insights for employers and employees alike. Members include Bruce Barth, Virginia E. McGarrity, Alisha N. Sullivan, Jean E. Tomasco, and Emily A. Zaklukiewicz.

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