ERISA law answer book

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Aspen Publishers, 2001 - Law - 1544 pages
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Taking a practical 'how to' approach, ERISA LAW ANSWER BOOK places an emphasis on decision making as it focuses on questions commonly asked of pension and health plan advisors in connection with the administration of retirement programs. Rather than merely citing the Code and Regulations for authority and identifying cases which support the proposition or answer given, this work sets forth a discussion of case authorities which have dealt with the relevant situation at hand, and provides a careful analysis of how those cases apply. Key topics covered include: Benefit arrangements subject to ERISA Construing and interpreting ERISA plans Notice, reporting, and disclosure Plan funding Plan distribution Benefit accrual and vesting Fiduciary duties and liabilities Preemption Standard of review Bankruptcy.

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