Retirees’ rights to health insurance benefits
Prater v Ohio Education Assoc. CA6, Docket #06-4393
Retired employees of Education Association sued, contending that the Association had improperly terminated their health benefits that had been provided in accordance with the terms of a series of collective bargaining agreements.
The Circuit Court ruled that descriptions of health insurance benefits prepared by the Association cannot supersede the provisions set out in a collective bargaining agreement.
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