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 Lexis Advance Tax.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 Fiduciary Obligations for Environmental, Social, and Governance
Investments: The Challenge of Climate Change
CHAPTER 2 Taxation of U. S. Pensions: The Importance of Exceptions
John A. Turner
CHAPTER 3 Missing and Unresponsive Participants in ERISA Plans: Current
Challenges and Recommendations
Susan Harthill, Elizabeth Goldberg, and Oluwaseun (Shay) Familoni
CHAPTER 4 Simplification of Nondiscrimination Rules for Group Health Plans
CHAPTER 5 CalSavers and ERISA: An Analysis of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association v.
The California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program
Edward A. Zelinsky
CHAPTER 6 The Company is Dead, Long Live Its Debts: Successor Liability for
Multiemployer Plan Delinquent Contributions and Withdrawal Liability
E. Thomas Veal
CHAPTER 7 Simplifying Tax Treatment of IRAs and 401(k) Plans With Both Pre-Tax
and Post-Tax Contributions
John A. Turner and Brian Cooper
CHAPTER 8 Is the Preemption Clause of ERISA Unconstitutional?
Andrew Morrison Stumpff and Elizabeth Y. McCuskey
CHAPTER 9 Legal Issue to Consider When Buying an ESOP Company
Brian D. Hector and Jason C. Ray
CHAPTER 10 The Suitability of Market Return Cash Balance Plans
CHAPTER 11 Full Funding of Traditional State and Local Government Pensions:
The Entry-Age-Service-Cost Method
Jonathan Barry Forman and Michael J. Sabin
TABLE OF CASES
TABLE OF STATUTES
TABLE OF AGENCY DECISIONS