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 Grantor Trusts: A Path to Employee Ownership

CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL



CHAPTER 2 The DOL Final Fiduciary Regulations and Related Prohibited Transaction Exemptions

KATHRYN J. KENNEDY



CHAPTER 3 The Cadillac Tax and Its Potential to Transform How Americans Purchase Health Care Services

RICHARD L. KAPLAN



CHAPTER 4 Can the ACA’s External Review Co-exist with ERISA’s Abuse of Discretion Standard?

KATHERINE T. VUKADIN



CHAPTER 5 ERISA and the Lively Ghost of Equity: “Appropriate Equitable Relief” from Mertens to Montanile

E. THOMAS VEAL



CHAPTER 6 Landscape of ERISA Litigation

JAYNE ZANGLEIN



CHAPTER 7 STOP!! Before You Incorrectly 1099 Somebody

DOUGLAS D. RITTERSKAMP



CHAPTER 8 The Future of the Cadillac Tax

KATHRYN L. MOORE



CHAPTER 9 The Multiemployer 401(k) Plan:Fitting a Cash or Deferred Arrangement into a Round Hole

CHAD R. DeGROOT



CHAPTER 10 Some Implications of the Changing Structure of Work for Worker Retirement Security, Pensions and Healthcare

DAVID A. PRATT



CHAPTER 11 Workplace Wellness Programs: Screening for Legal Risks

YELENA FERTMAN GRAY



CHAPTER 12 Navigating an Internal Revenue Service Examination and a Department of Labor Investigation of Your ESOP

BRIAN D. HECTOR

JASON C. RAY



CHAPTER 13 Simplifying Retirement Plan Distributions: 17 Years Older But Very Little Wiser

DAVID A. PRATT



CHAPTER 14 Achieving Patient Engagement

JOHN D. BLUM



CHAPTER 15 Reasonable Alternatives in Outcome-Based Employer Wellness Programs Under the Tri-Department and EEOC Regulations

ALAN TAWSHUNSKY



TABLE OF CASES

TABLE OF STATUTES

TABLE OF AGENCY DECISIONS

INDEX