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Full-Text Articles in Retirement Security Law

Erisa Arbitration - Participant In Unfunded Deferred Compensation Plan Required To Submit Claim To Enforce Terms Of Plan To Arbitration, Jennifer L. Bragg Jan 1986

Erisa Arbitration - Participant In Unfunded Deferred Compensation Plan Required To Submit Claim To Enforce Terms Of Plan To Arbitration, Jennifer L. Bragg

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pension Plan Terminations And Asset Reversions: Accommodating The Interests Of Employers And Employees, Carl A. Butler Oct 1985

Pension Plan Terminations And Asset Reversions: Accommodating The Interests Of Employers And Employees, Carl A. Butler

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This Note focuses on the problems that often arise for plan participants when an overfunded defined benefit plan is terminated and the employer recaptures excess assets. Part I explains the relative ease with which employers can terminate plans and receive excess assets under current pension law. Part II argues that pension law must be reformed because its shortcomings threaten American workers' retirement income security, it allows for sham terminations that remove assets from plans that are, in fact, ongoing, and it usually allows excess assets to go to employers rather than employees. Part III discusses two reforms proposed for plan ...


Internal Revenue Code Section 414(N): Congressional Authorization To Discriminate Among Retirement Plan Participants, David A. Channer Mar 1985

Internal Revenue Code Section 414(N): Congressional Authorization To Discriminate Among Retirement Plan Participants, David A. Channer

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Regulation Of Multiple Employer Trusts: Past, Present & Future, Edward A. Scallet Jan 1983

The Regulation Of Multiple Employer Trusts: Past, Present & Future, Edward A. Scallet

Washington University Law Review

It can be persuasively argued that the recognized abuses in ERISA pension plans are no more severe than those appearing in welfare plans, and that welfare abuses have a significant adverse effect on millions of employees. Nevertheless, application of ERISA in this area has been hampered by several difficult issues, most of which are traceable to a lack of congressional precision in designing enforcement mechanisms specific to welfare plans, and more importantly, to inadequate coordination of state and federal responsibility in this area. This Article examines this problem by discussing the congressional, judicial and regulatory experience with one type of ...


Multiple Legal Representation Of Erisa Plans And Employers Following Allegations Of Fraud And Malfeasance, Elwyn C. Lee Oct 1982

Multiple Legal Representation Of Erisa Plans And Employers Following Allegations Of Fraud And Malfeasance, Elwyn C. Lee

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Tenth Amendment Protects State Mandatory Retirement Policy Against Federal Age Discrimination In Employment Act Jan 1982

Tenth Amendment Protects State Mandatory Retirement Policy Against Federal Age Discrimination In Employment Act

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Counseling The Coal Miner Suffering From Respiratory Disease, Gail Falk Jun 1981

Counseling The Coal Miner Suffering From Respiratory Disease, Gail Falk

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Protecting Retired Workers From Inflation: Collective Bargaining For Retiree Benefits, Richard M. Bank, Thomas C. Woodruff Jan 1981

Protecting Retired Workers From Inflation: Collective Bargaining For Retiree Benefits, Richard M. Bank, Thomas C. Woodruff

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

The purpose of this article is to explore whether the collective bargaining process in its present form, or with certain modifications, can provide workers with meaningful protection against inflation. Part I evaluates the adequacy of the collective bargaining process by examining the internal dynamics of unions, the interests of employers and the application of the doctrine of fair representation to collective bargaining. After concluding that the current system inadequately protects retirees, Part II proposes alternative methods to strengthen the role of retirees in the collective bargaining process.


Erisa Preemption Of State Law: The Meaning Of “Relate To” In Section 514, Stephen R. Snodgrass Jan 1980

Erisa Preemption Of State Law: The Meaning Of “Relate To” In Section 514, Stephen R. Snodgrass

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Employee Stock Ownership Plans, Voting Rights, And Plant Closings, Jonathan Barry Forman Oct 1977

Employee Stock Ownership Plans, Voting Rights, And Plant Closings, Jonathan Barry Forman

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

After examining the structure and tax consequences of ESOPs, this note will argue that ESOPs should guarantee employees full voting rights over securities transferred to them under such plans. This note will also propose that ESOPs can be used in employee takeovers of corporations as part of a plan to help prevent plant closings.


Nociones Generales De Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva Jan 1966

Nociones Generales De Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva

Edward Ivan Cueva

No abstract provided.


Fundamentos Del Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva Dec 1957

Fundamentos Del Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva

Edward Ivan Cueva

No abstract provided.


Damages—Collateral Source Doctrine—Deductibility Of Social Security Benefits In Mitigation Of Damages For Breach Of Employment Contract, United Protective Workers V. Ford Motor Co., 223 F.2d 49 (7th Cir. 1955) Jan 1956

Damages—Collateral Source Doctrine—Deductibility Of Social Security Benefits In Mitigation Of Damages For Breach Of Employment Contract, United Protective Workers V. Ford Motor Co., 223 F.2d 49 (7th Cir. 1955)

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Some Aspects Of Coverage Of The Social Security Act: What Is "Employment"?, Peter Seitz Jun 1941

Some Aspects Of Coverage Of The Social Security Act: What Is "Employment"?, Peter Seitz

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Problem Of Coverage, Charles J. Barnhill, William M. Bloom, W. Daniel Bretz Jr., John R. Danch Jun 1941

The Problem Of Coverage, Charles J. Barnhill, William M. Bloom, W. Daniel Bretz Jr., John R. Danch

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.