Employee Benefits Law: The Essential Cases

    By Max Drew Siegel and Sharon Reece

    Employee Benefits Law: The Essential Cases

    Employee Benefits Law: The Essential Cases

    By Max Drew Siegel and Sharon Reece

    The primary objective of this book is to present in as concise a manner as possible what the authors have agreed are the most essential cases and most frequently litigated issues under ERISA.  This book provides a window into the approach the courts have taken to the most fundamental aspects of ERISA litigation.

    Employee Benefits Law: The Essential Cases

    By Max Drew Siegel and Sharon Reece

    Employee Benefits Law: The Essential Cases

    Employee Benefits Law: The Essential Cases

    By Max Drew Siegel and Sharon Reece

    The primary objective of this book is to present in as concise a manner as possible what the authors have agreed are the most essential cases and most frequently litigated issues under ERISA.  This book provides a window into the approach the courts have taken to the most fundamental aspects of ERISA litigation.
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    There are literally tens of thousands of cases that relate to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).  Courts’ relentless attention to ERISA is no surprise in light of the transformative consequences of employee benefits throughout society.  This can be overwhelming for anyone whose work implicates ERISA but especially for those who are uninitiated to employee benefit law.  The primary objective of this book is to present in as concise a manner as possible what the authors have agreed are the most essential cases and most frequently litigated issues under ERISA.  This book provides a window into the approach the courts have taken to the most fundamental aspects of ERISA litigation. 

    This book begins by defining what constitutes an ERISA plan and by classifying parties to such plans.  This book then proceeds into the other most litigated areas of ERISA: preemption and other procedural matters, fiduciary liability, remedies, disability benefits, disclosure requirements, and spousal protections, including the shifting treatment of sexual minorities under ERISA.  This book concludes with an examination of the anti-alienation and anti-assignment rules, vesting, and other highly litigated participant protections. 

    Product Details

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781627228527

    Page Count

    320

    Product Code

    5460213

    Trim Size

    6x9

    Publication Date

    11/17/2014 12:00:00 AM

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781627228534

    Product Code

    5460213EBK

    Publication Date

    10/17/2014 12:00:00 AM

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