March 6, 2013
has published the
Employee Benefits Law
, written by members of the Employee Benefits Committee of the American Bar Association's (ABA) Section of Labor and Employment Law.
provides balanced legal analysis and explanations of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) Titles I and IV; rules of tax qualification, deductibility, and other key tax issues; ERISA preemption of state law claims and remedies and its relation to federal bankruptcy laws; benefit claims, with regard to evidentiary issues and abuse of discretion in denials; interplay with related legal areas—including employment discrimination and labor relations; and effects of sexual orientation and veteran status on benefits.
The treatise also includes thorough discussion of the statutes, regulations, and case law governing breach of fiduciary duty and prohibited transaction claims, including application of ERISA to commonly litigated areas such as employer securities, service provider fees, and fiduciary misrepresentations. In addition, the
comprehensive coverage of ERISA preemption includes detailed analysis of all significant decisions pertaining to this complex issue, as well as preemption's effect on state and local government attempts to mandate health benefits. The treatise also covers:
Employee Benefits Law, Third Edition
- The implications of CIGNA Corp. v. Amara for plan sponsors and others
- The evolution of the laws governing court review of benefits determinations, including the Supreme Court's pronouncement on standard of review in Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. v. Glenn
- Rules governing administrative exhaustion of claims, including the impact of health care reform provisions
- Detailed coverage of the law governing employee stock option plans (ESOPs), 401(k) plans, Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), and nonqualified plans
- How and when the Pension Protection and Affordable Care Act affects the law governing health care benefit plans
was published in cooperation with the
ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law
. Section publications provide a balanced forum for the views and professional development of practitioners in labor and employment law. For more information on Section participation, please call the Section at 312.988.5813 or visit
Co-chairs of the Board of Senior Editors are
, a shareholder and managing attorney of Lewis, Feinberg, Lee, Renaker, & Jackson, P.C.,
, who has specialized in employee benefits law since 1975;
Myron D. Rumeld
, a partner in the Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation & ERISA Litigation Practice Center of Proskauer Rose LLP,
New York, N.Y.
, who co-chairs the firm's ERISA litigation group and supervises the bulk of the firm's employee benefits plan litigation activities in the
Ivelisse Berio LeBeau
, of counsel to Sugarman & Susskind, P.A.,
, whose practice focuses on employee benefits law and ERISA with an emphasis on litigation and compliance matters relating to the fiduciary responsibilities imposed by ERISA.
, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bloomberg, is a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information for professionals. In addition to
Employee Benefits Law,
Bloomberg BNA publishes:
ERISA: The Law and the Code
ERISA Class Exemptions
ERISA Fiduciary Law
Section 409A Handbook
; and other titles in
employee benefits law
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