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New York University Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation

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The New York University Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation is a one-of-a-kind annual publication featuring expert analysis and discussion of the most critical cutting-edge issues in employee benefits and executive compensation by some of America's finest tax attorneys and professors.

Inside you'll find articles that examine hot-button compensation and tax issues like:

• Regulation of banker pay
• Health care legislation
• Pension plan investments
• The unique tax issues involved in same-sex marriage
• Split-dollar life insurance
• Cafeteria plans
• Employer-provided medical and drug benefits for retirees.

Also available on the Tax & Estate Planning Law Library CD-ROM and in the LexisNexis Tax Center.

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Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 Choosing the Right Plan and Design for a Tax Exempt Organization or State and Local Government Requires Knowing the Rules and Motivation


SCOTT E. GALBREATH

CHAPTER 2 Protective Plan Provisions for Employer-Sponsored Employee Benefit Plans


KATHRYN J. KENNEDY


CHAPTER 3 Strange Relationships: The Changing Reach of ERISA’s Express Preemption of State Laws That “Relate To” Employee Benefit Plans

THOMAS VEAL


CHAPTER 4 The Continuing Battle Over Economically Targeted Investments: An Analysis of DOL Interpretive Bulletin 2015-01

EDWARD A. ZELINSKY

CHAPTER 5 Retirement in the Land of Lincoln: The Illinois Secure Choice Savings Program Act

EDWARD A. ZELINSKY


CHAPTER 6 An Opportunity Missed for a Top Hat Plan


BRUCE McNEIL

CHAPTER 7 Blueprint for a Universal Fiduciary Standard of Care in the U.S. Financial Services Industry


PETE SWISHER

CHAPTER 8 Pension Fund Activism: Can Labor Maintain Its Momentum in Light of Declining Defined Benefit Funds?

JAYNE ELIZABETH ZANGLEIN

CHAPTER 9 Wrong Focus on Higher Education: Studying the Recent Wave of University I.R.C. § 403(b) Lawsuits
WILLIAM NELSON

TABLE OF CASES
TABLE OF STATUTES
TABLE OF AGENCY DECISIONS
INDEX