No matter what the type of organization, playing an active role in the political decision-making process and policy formation is no longer a luxury—it is an imperative.
On June 3, 2019, a federal court in New Hampshire issued a highly anticipated decision in New Hampshire Lottery Commission et al. v. Barr et al.
Bryce Loveland represents numerous pension, health and welfare, training and vacation savings plans and trusts in litigation, and in ERISA, HIPAA and Affordable Care Act compliance. He is experienced in collecting unpaid employee benefit contributions, withdrawal liability and third party reimbursement for his clients. He also assists his clients with Department of Labor and IRS audit defense.
Dedicated to giving back to his community, Bryce serves as a member of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee and serves as the chair of the Board of Nevada P.E.P., a statewide nonprofit that provides education and encouragement to families with children with disabilities.
Obtained judgment against employer that failed to pay required employee benefit contributions. When the delinquent employer repeatedly changed its name and continued its operations, we successfully obtained judgments against each ERISA alter ego entity, the most recent for over $1M.
Counsel to Board of Trustees of the Plumbers & Pipefitters Union in obtaining judgment against employer for withdrawal liability on behalf of pension plan.
Counsel to Board of Trustees of the Plumbers & Pipefitters Union in obtaining a $1.9M judgment against employer, alter ego company and owner/fiduciaries who failed to pay their employees’ fringe benefits.
Successfully represented Board of Trustees of the Glazing Health & Welfare Trust in obtaining declaratory judgment against Nevada Labor Commissioner that the state statute purporting to regulate trusts was preempted by ERISA.
Successfully defended a health plan in an action brought by plan participant for benefits.
Counsel to Trustees of Construction Industry & Laborers Health & Welfare Trust in obtaining judgment for delinquencies, interest, liquidated damages and attorney’s fees against delinquent employer and its owner, individually, for failing to pay employee benefits on behalf of employer’s own employees.
Counsel to Trustees of the Construction Industry & Laborers Health & Welfare Trust in obtaining judgment that included punitive damages against dental office for fraudulent billing to health plan.
Counsel in recovering third party reimbursement owed to single and multiemployer health plans in hundreds of separate matters, including a case recovering 100% of health plan’s lien against third party reimbursement settlement fund plus 100% of attorney’s fees incurred in prosecuting the lien.
Counsel to Trustees of the Teamsters Local 631 Sec. Fund for S. Nevada in obtaining judgments against participants who were ineligible for health plan benefits but erroneously received them.
Counsel to Trustees of Nevada Resort Ass’n – Int’l Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees & Moving Picture Mach. Operators of U.S. & Canada Local 720 Pension Trust in obtaining judgment against pension plan’s investment manager and investment consultant for overcharging commissions and engaging in prohibited transactions.
Counsel to Trustees of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 525 Joint Trust Fund in obtaining judgment against a bond company for ERISA employer’s debt to multiemployer benefit trust funds and for attorneys’ fees in excess of bond limit.
Assisted in obtaining judgment against a company created to avoid multiemployer benefit trust fund obligations owed by a prior alter ego company. Trustees of Const. Indus. & Laborers Health & Welfare Trust v. Pro-Cut LLC, No. 2:12-CV-00205-APG, 2013 WL 4049662 (D. Nev. Aug. 9, 2013).
Assisted in successfully defending national health insurer against bad faith claim for rescission of policy at the trial court level and on appeal. Siefers v. PacifiCare Life Assur. Co., 461 F. App’x 652, 653 (9th Cir. 2011).
Represented health insurers and Medicare Advantage organizations in emergency TRO and preliminary injunction motions involving contract disputes and noncompetition issues with providers.
Successful defense of health insurer in an action brought for benefits where member failed to obtain preauthorization for experimental surgery not covered under the terms of the member’s health plan. Anderson v. PacifiCare of Nevada, Inc., No. 2:10-CV-1279-GMN-PAL, 2012 WL 1155448 (D. Nev. Apr. 5, 2012).
Successful defense of health insurer in trial over member cost-sharing dispute.
Immigration: Special Immigrant Juveniles
Brownstein’s Las Vegas Office Receives Nevada PEP Hand In Hand Appreciation Award
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Announces Eight New Shareholders Plus Six Attorney & Policy Promotions
For Brownstein's Health Care Group, Experience is Vital.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Continues Growth of Health Care Group
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Receives Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year Award from the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
Nevada, P.E.P., a statewide nonprofit that provides education and encouragement to families with children with disabilities
Charles England Local 525 Education Scholarship Trust, Board Member (2017-present)
IRS Implements Prospective Expansion of Determination Letter Program to Merged PlansBrownstein Client Alert, May 7, 2019
IRS Expands Self-Correction of Retirement Plan Errors
Brownstein Client Alert, April 25, 2019
Don't Ignore Successor Liability For Pension Plan WithdrawalCo-author, Law360, April 4, 2019
2019 Increases for Employee Benefits-Related Limits Brownstein Client Alert, November 16, 2018
Revised Employee Benefits-Related Limits for 2018; Decreases in Family HSA Contributions and Adoption Assistance Require ActionBrownstein Client Alert, March 6, 2018
Updated Employee Benefits-Related Limits for 2018
Brownstein Client Alert, November 30, 2017
Employee Benefits-Related Limits for 2018Brownstein Client Alert, November 7, 2017
Approaches to Effective Collection PracticesInternational Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Annual Employee Benefits Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2017
Employee Benefits-Related Limits For 2016Brownstein Client Alert, November 2, 2015
The Affordable Care Act & Pension Reform: Meeting the Challenges of Transition and ChangeInter-Union Gas Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2015
Health Flexible Spending Account Annual Contribution Limit Decreases to $2,500Brownstein Benefits Client Update, May 31, 2012
United States v. Patane: The Beginning of the End of Miranda?
Author, 21 TOURO L. REV. 689 (2005)
Super Lawyers, Mountain States, Rising Star, 2014-2016
State Bar of Nevada
Clark County Bar Association
American Bar Association