Supreme Court justices have been heard to joke that if they get on Chief Justice William Rehnquist’s bad side, he retaliates by assigning them to write ERISA decisions.

On Wednesday, the Court seemed as reluctant as ever to get into an ERISA dispute — even a dispute that has been touted as crucial to the future of the managed health care industry.

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