Judge Rules Adams Admin Cannot Financially Penalize NYC Retirees Who Reject Controversial Medicare Plan
March 3, 2022
In, “Judge rules Adams admin cannot financially penalize NYC retirees who reject controversial Medicare plan” (New York Daily News, March 3, 2022), the New York Supreme Court Justice ruling in favor of Pollock Cohen client, the NYC Organization of Public Service Retirees, a group comprised of some 250,000 seniors, disabled retirees, and widow and widowers of first responders, is discussed. The ruling by the Court said that New York City could not take away their health benefits.
Pollock Cohen partner Steve Cohen led a team that included Liana Roza Vitale, Julia Huesa, and John Cooper – and co-counsel Jake Gardener at Walden Macht.
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Judge Rules Adams Admin Cannot Financially Penalize NYC Retirees Who Reject Controversial Medicare Plan | New York Daily News