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09:00-18:00 | 31 March | New York
Author: Kelli Kennedy, Associated Press
"Consumer Group Sues Cigna, Alleges Discrimination" 28 Apr 2015...
Author: Louise Radnofsky, Wall Street Journal (USA)
Patient advocacy groups are using antidiscrimination provisions in the health-care law as the basis of a complaint against insurers they say are trying to avoid covering consumers with HIV and AIDS…The complaint says the four insurers put every HIV...
Author: Matthew Sturdevant, Hartford Courant (USA)
Cigna [is] the first health insurer to settle in...[an] investigation by New York Attorney General into disparities in mental health coverage by insurance companies...Cigna...limited about 50 New York customers with eating disorders to three...
Author: Human Rights Campaign
This year, an historic 304 major businesses…scored 100 percent on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index and the coveted distinction of “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality.” These companies adopted a full framework of LGBT inclusion in the workplace,...
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The U.S. Supreme Court, in a ruling that may mean new limits on class-action suits, rejected an effort to sue Wal-Mart Stores Inc. for discrimination on behalf of potentially a million female workers. The justices said the lawyers pressing the case...
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Author: Terry Baynes, Reuters
A former female senior manager at KPMG...filed a proposed class-action lawsuit accusing the accounting firm of discriminating against its female employees in pay, promotions and pregnancy leave. The lawsuit, filed in a New York federal court...seeks ...
CIGNA affiliate moves to compel arbitration of employee's gender bias claim - Company cites Supreme Court's recent ruling in AT&T case [USA]
Author: Sheri Qualters, National Law Journal [USA]
A CIGNA Healthcare Inc. affiliate has filed a motion to dismiss and compel arbitration of an employee's federal lawsuit alleging systemic gender discrimination. Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. filed the motion on May 16...Karp's complaint...
Author: Katie Johnston Chase, Chris Reidy, Boston Globe
The suit states that Cigna treated Bretta Karp and other female employees less favorably than their male peers by denying women rightful promotions and pay raises and fostering a hostile work environment. The lawsuit…is seeking class-action status......
Author: Lisa Girion, Los Angeles Times
A Friday funeral was set for the Northridge teenager who died last week after her insurer [Cigna] refused to pay for a liver transplant and then reconsidered. Meanwhile, the girl's health plan stood by its initial decision Monday.
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