If Las Vegas gave odds on how a pending Supreme Court case would turn out, Tibble v. Edison International would have been an easy one to handicap. Even before the Court held oral argument, both sides—plus the U.S. government—had agreed on the correct answer to the single question presented, which involved the Employee Retirement Income Security Act’s statute of limitations. So it came as no surprise when the Court unanimously answered that question the way the parties had said it should.
Reproduced with permission from Pension & Benefits Daily, 146 PBD, 07/30/2015. Copyright 2015 by The Bureauof National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) http://www.bna.com