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Judge O'Meara allows his former clients to submit administrative records with obvious, capricious, and false benefit information that cannot possibly be true due to multiple contradictions, and he issues orders granting them. For instance, his former client issued benefit administration for benefits of a UAW plan on a salaried employee. They listed misinformation about a 'rehire date' which never happened, and other false information to eliminate and reduce benefits on a disabled individual. The company not only changed the insurer but the plan, regardless of the fact that pre-tax and after-tax premiums were paid. Judge O'Meara, having litigated as an attorney for this company and the insurers, should have known that a salaried employee could not be placed in a UAW union plan, and that he needed to disqualify himself from the case. He did not, and instead he showed favoritism and bias throughout the case, while working other cases for the same company simultaneously. At no time has Judge O'Meara made any attempt to correct or address these errors or disqualify himself.
7/15/19, 2:13 AM
Hon. John Corbett O Meara

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