Pension claims: rights and obligations
This deskbook on pensions benefits law covers ERISA and relevant provisions of the Tax Reform Act, Labor Department regulations, Title VII, and federal common law. The work discusses substantive and procedural aspects of contribution formulas, accruals, and plan termination claims in detail.
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