The original version of an article titled “N.Y. appellate court gives ‘teeth’ to mental health parity law” (published August 21, 2015) misstated the finding of the lower court; the finding was that the plaintiff had alleged plausibly that violations had occurred, not “likely” occurred. It also misquoted Dr. Bendat, who actually said, “The discrete lines puts pressure on claims administrators to make transparent the bases for their claims review procedures.”

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