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Wednesday, November 20, 2019
     

Wit Vs United Behavioral Health And Other Pending Parity Litigation: What Will It Mean For People With Behavioral Health Needs?

Title: “Wit v. United Behavioral Health and Other Pending Parity Litigation: What Will It Mean For People With Behavioral Health Needs?” (originally ran at 3:00 PM ET on Wednesday, November 30, 2019)

Description: The 2019 Wit v. United Behavioral Healthcare (UBH) ruling in the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California found that UBH used flawed and overly-restrictive internal guidelines in denying mental health and substance use disorder coverage claims for tens of thousands of its covered individuals, including children. Learn about the facts of the case, the evidence used by litigators, judicial findings, and implications on other parity-related cases in this webinar.

Speakers: Brian Hufford and Caroline Reynolds, health care litigators and partners at Zuckerman Spaeder.