UNITED STEEL WORKERS OF AMERICA, AFL-CIO/CLC et al v. ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY et al

Case Number: 2:2005cv00039
Filed: January 5, 2005
Court: Pennsylvania Eastern District Court
Office: Philadelphia Office
Presiding Judge: J. CURTIS JOYNER
Nature of Suit: Labor: Labor/Mgt. Relations
Cause of Action: 29:185 Labor/Mgt. Relations (Contracts)
Jury Demanded By: None

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February 1, 2010 78 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER THAT THE CROSS-MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF THE PLAINTIFFS AND DEFENDANTS ARE GRANTED IN PART AND DENIEDIN PART AND JUDGMENT IS ENTERED IN FAVOR OF THE DEFENDANTS AND AGAINST PLAINTIFFS LEWIS GRIFFIN AND GEORGE HEMMERT WITH REGARD TO THEIR C LAIMS OF ENTITLEMENT TO THE DISABILITY RETIREMENT ALLOWANCE WITHOUT AN OFFSET FOR SSDI BENEFITS. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT JUDGMENT BE AND IS ENTERED IN FAVOR OF PLAINTFF GEORGE HEMMERT AND AGAINST ALL DEFENDANTS WITH REGARD TO HIS CLAIM FOR REINSTA TEMENT OF HIS LONG TERM DISABILITY BENEFIT. THIS MATTER IS REMANDED TO THE CLAIM ADMINISTRATOR FOR CONSIDERATION OF PLAINTIFF HEMMERTS CURRENT DISABILITY STATUS AND HIS POSSIBLE ENTITLEMENT TO DRA BENEFIT. SIGNED BY HONORABLE J. CURTIS JOYNER ON 1/28/2010. 2/2/2010 ENTERED AND COPIES MAILED AND E-MAILED.(sg, )

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