A worker who claims that his wife opted to retire based on misleading information about his pension benefits has lost the right to pursue an ERISA claim against his employer.

In Shook v. Avaya Inc. , the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the plaintiffs’ argument that a spouse is a beneficiary of her husband’s pension plan and therefore has the same rights to accurate information about the plan.

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