Law of Employee Pension and Welfare Benefits

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LexisNexis, 2012 - Employee fringe benefits - 638 pages
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Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
E WHY DO EMPLOYERS OFFER RETIREMENT BENEFITS?
1 Belief that the Pension Does Not Displace Wages
H HISTORY AND PURPOSES OF ERISA
2 ERISA Covers Only Private Employer Plans
PLAN AMENDMENT AND TERMINATION
2 Defined Contribution Plans
5 Cash Balance Plans
PLAN ADMINISTRATION
The Pension Shield Against
THE SAVINGS CLAUSE
2 The Employer as Both Plan Sponsor and Plan Fiduciary
Chapter 4
F PREEMPTION PURSUANT TO 502A
Are Pension Plan Anti
B PENSION BENEFIT SECURITY RULES

IBM Personal Pension Plan
B TAX QUALIFIED PLANS
The Company
Chapter 3
2 Highly Compensated Employees
THE NONDISCRIMINATION REQUIREMENTS
FEDERAL TAXATION OF WELFARE BENEFITS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
THE MEANING OF RELATE TO IN ERISA 514a
Gregory David The Scope of ERISA Preemption of State Law A Study
PLAN OPERATION
b Treatment of Excess Deferrals
FEDERAL JURISDICTION AND REMOVAL
STANDARD OF REVIEW
Table of Cases
Index
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Larry Frolik is Distinguished Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and an adjunct professor of law in the University of Miami School of Law LL.M program in estate planning. One of the original academic creators of elder law, he is a nationally recognized expert on the legal aspects of aging. A prolific author, he has authored a dozen books in addition to his classic work, "Advising the Elderly or Disabled Client". He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and an honors graduate from Harvard Law School.

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