Mealey's Litigation Report: ERISA

Monthly newsletter on litigation arising under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
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ISBN: 9780327167181
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Mealey's Litigation Report: ERISA follows the litigation arising under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, which regulates the employee retirement and health and welfare plans of nearly all private businesses in the United States. Key issues include benefit claims, breach of fiduciary duties, 401(k) plans, remedies, preemption, health plan actions, attorneys' fees, benefit cutbacks and plan amendments.

The Report features unbiased news stories, case summaries, attorney listings and the full text of court documents. Subscribers also receive expert commentary articles. Subscribers enjoy comprehensive state and federal trial and appellate courts coverage from start to finish, including pleadings, opinions, settlements and more. Published monthly.

This valuable insight into current news and litigation trends helps subscribers to advise clients, prepare for trial, draft pleadings and briefs, connect with key players in the litigation, gauge the temperament of the judiciary and build compelling cases. Subscribe today!

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