Jun

    ERISA Basics National Institute

    American Bar Association, 8 AM EDT

    For practitioners who address issues related to employee benefit plans, this 2 1/2-day National Institute will provide an opportunity to hear from the ERISA experts. Designed for in-house and union counsel, benefits specialists, private practitioners, litigators, and consultants.

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    The focus of this event will be on comprehensive ERISA topics including:

    • ERISA Basics Concepts
    • Fiduciary Standards
    • Minimum Standards for Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans
    • Federal Regulation of Health Plans
    • Government Enforcement
    • Ethical Issues
    • Introduction to Litigation
    • Benefit Claims: Administrative Procedures & Litigation
    • Fiduciary Litigation
    • Discovery in ERISA Litigation
    • Anatomy of a Deposition
    • Multiemployer and Other Collectively Bargained Plans
    • and Remedies

    Program Co-Chairs:

    • Cassie Springer Ayeni, Springer Ayeni, APLC, Oakland, CA
    • Benjamin Eisner, Spear Wilderman, PC, Philadelphia, PA
    • Aliya Robinson, ERIC, Washington, DC
    • Joanne Roskey, Government Attorney, Washington, DC

    Event Details

    Format

    In-Person

    Date

    Jun 15 - 17, 2020

    2020-06-15T08:00:00-04:00 2020-06-17T13:00:00-04:00 ERISA Basics National Institute

    For practitioners who address issues related to employee benefit plans, this 2 1/2-day National Institute will provide an opportunity to hear from the ERISA experts. Designed for in-house and union counsel, benefits specialists, private practitioners, litigators, and consultants.

    American Bar Association

    Sponsors

    American College of Employee Benefits Counsel

    Joint Committee On Employee Benefits

    Section of Labor and Employment Law

    Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law

    Section of Taxation

    Program Co-chairs

    Aliya Salima Robinson

    Benjamin Eisner

    Cassie Springer Ayeni

    Joanne Roskey

    MCLE Information

    This course is expected to qualify for 15.00 CLE credit hours (including 1.00 ethics hours) in 60-minute states, and 18.00 CLE credit hours (including 1.20 ethics hours) in 50-minute states. This transitional program is approved for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys in NY. Attorneys may be eligible to receive CLE credit through reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other states.

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