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District Court Issues $6.4 Million Judgment Against Former Directv Contractor

On October 17, 2014, District Judge Daniel P. Jordan entered a judgment finding Herbert Bruister, the former owner of Bruister & Associates, Inc., liable for $6,492,613.97. 161 more words

Midlevel Executive Comp & Benefits Associate (NYC)

Highly respected BigLaw firm seeks a midlevel ECB associate for their NY office. Ideal candidate will have 3-5 years experience with a large firm, and strong familiarity with ERISA. 22 more words

Do Collective Bargaining Agreements that are Silent on the Issue Guarantee Lifetime Healthcare Benefits to Retirees?

M&G Polymers USA has operated a chemical plant in West Virginia since 2000. In 2006, the Company informed its retirees that they would have to contribute to their health care costs. 282 more words

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Are Your Loan Repayments Timely?

“Sufficiently Similar” – These are the words that the Department of Labor used when describing a Plan’s requirements to remit participant loan repayments on a timely basis. 7 more words

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Coming Up: The 12th Annual ERISA update event

On November 6th, 2014, the ABC (ASPPA Benefits Council) of the Great Northwest (www.asppa.org/About/ABCs/Great-Northwest) will be hosting its 12th Annual ERISA update event. Program topics include new FINRA and SEC guidance, DOL audits, retirement income, fiduciary education, 408(b)(2) evaluations, and target date funds. 199 more words

Coming Up: The 12th Annual ERISA update event

On November 6th, 2014, the ABC (ASPPA Benefits Council) of the Great Northwest (www.asppa.org/About/ABCs/Great-Northwest) will be hosting its 12th Annual ERISA update event. Program topics include new FINRA and SEC guidance, DOL audits, retirement income, fiduciary education, 408(b)(2) evaluations, and target date funds. 200 more words

Requiring 401(k) Contributions for All Non-Union Employees is an Unlawful Promise of Benefits During a Decertification Campaign because the Handbook said the Company Reserved the Right to Modify or Terminate Retirement Plans

In 1999, TCI Cablevision of Washington held that an employer did not interfere with an election by accurately telling employees the company would be required under its existing benefit plans to automatically cover employees if they decertified a union. 183 more words

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