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2015-2016 Legislative Summary, Assembly Committee On Public Employees, Retirement And Social Security Jan 2017

2015-2016 Legislative Summary, Assembly Committee On Public Employees, Retirement And Social Security

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


Older Women And Pensions: Catch 22, Frances Leonard Aug 2010

Older Women And Pensions: Catch 22, Frances Leonard

Golden Gate University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Actuarially Speaking: A Plain Language Summary Of Actuarial Methods And Practices For Public Employee Pension And Other Post-Employment Benefits, California Research Bureau Feb 2008

Actuarially Speaking: A Plain Language Summary Of Actuarial Methods And Practices For Public Employee Pension And Other Post-Employment Benefits, California Research Bureau

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


California Research Bureau Public Retirement System Survey, California Research Bureau Dec 2007

California Research Bureau Public Retirement System Survey, California Research Bureau

California Agencies

No abstract provided.


Acr 62 Task Force Meeting September 18, 1984, Joint Publications Office Sep 1984

Acr 62 Task Force Meeting September 18, 1984, Joint Publications Office

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


Acr 62 Task Force Meeting September 17, 1984, Joint Publications Office Sep 1984

Acr 62 Task Force Meeting September 17, 1984, Joint Publications Office

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


Organizational Meeting, Acr 62 Study Panel : Pursuant To Acr 62 Authored By Senator Wadie Deddeh And Assemblyman Dave Elder, Joint Publications Office Feb 1984

Organizational Meeting, Acr 62 Study Panel : Pursuant To Acr 62 Authored By Senator Wadie Deddeh And Assemblyman Dave Elder, Joint Publications Office

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


Eichelberger V. Berkeley, Jesse W. Carter Feb 1956

Eichelberger V. Berkeley, Jesse W. Carter

Jesse Carter Opinions

An amendment to pension law that increased the amount of pensions and death benefits applied to firemen who were already retired and, in one case, who had died in the line of duty.


Bertch V. Social Welfare Dep't., Jesse W. Carter Nov 1955

Bertch V. Social Welfare Dep't., Jesse W. Carter

Jesse Carter Opinions

Church members who lived together in a church-owned home and received a small subsidy from their church were eligible for benefits under the Old Age Security Act because they met the statutory standards of need and were not otherwise ineligible.


Stafford V. Los Angeles County Employees' Retirement Board [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter May 1954

Stafford V. Los Angeles County Employees' Retirement Board [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter

Jesse Carter Opinions

A retired employee was not entitled to a writ of mandamus compelling the County Employees' Retirement Board to pay him a pension after he retired as a result of a disability where he also received a worker's compensation award.