Unclear writing is a gold mine for lawyers. And for some 30,000 Connecticut state employees who had Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield health insurance during 2001, it could turn into a $93 million windfall. But first, someone has to figure out what "member" means. That honor has fallen to Hartford Superior Court Judge Michael R. Sheldon in the tantalizing case of Ronald Gold v. John G. Rowland, et al.
$93M Bounty for State Employees?
The Connecticut Law Tribune
February 2, 2005
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