Pension Benefits Guaranty Corp. v. CF&I Fabricators (In re: CF&I Fabricators)

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Pension Benefits Guaranty Corp. v. CF&I Fabricators (In re: CF&I Fabricators)
150 F.3d 1293, 1998 U.S. App. LEXIS 17697
US
Federal Court
10th Circuit
United States Court of Appeals
Porfilio

Summary

Parties disagree as to the method that should be employed to determine the present value of future payments because of two ERISA provisions.
Pension Benefits Guaranty Corp. v. CF&I Fabricators (In re: CF&I Fabricators)
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