New York University Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation

Annual publication featuring expert, hard-hitting articles on employee benefits and compensation.
Publisher: Matthew Bender

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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.

The 2019 ISBN is 9781522182467.

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Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 Tontine Pensions Could Solve the Chronic Underfunding of State and Local Pension Plans
JONATHAN BARRY FORMAN
MICHAEL J. SABIN

CHAPTER 2 The Limited Role of Fiduciary Obligation in Employee Benefit Plans
DANA M. MUIR

CHAPTER 3 Why Is There So Much Pre-Retirement Liquidity In The U.S. Pension System?
KATHRYN L. MOORE
JOHN A. TURNER

CHAPTER 4 Social Security: A Solution to the Nation’s Quest for Greater Economic Security
NANCY J. ALTMAN

CHAPTER 5 CalSavers and ERISA Redux: The District Court’s Second Opinion in Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association v. The California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program
EDWARD A. ZELINSKY

CHAPTER 6 Ethics, Earnings, and ERISA: Ethical-Factor Investing of Savings and Retirement Benefits
ALBERT FEUER

CHAPTER 7 Recovering Retirements and Making Sense of Employer-Provided Retirement Benefits in a Changing World
MICHELLE CAPEZZA

CHAPTER 8 Relevant Issues For ESOP Companies During A Global Crisis
BRIAN D. HECTOR
JASON C. RAY

CHAPTER 9 Erie Considerations in Employee Benefit Matters
BARRY SALKIN

CHAPTER 10 The Changing Frontier Of ERISA Fiduciary Breach Litigation
CAROL BUCKMANN

CHAPTER 11 Moving to the Future of Paperless Retirement Plan Communications and Balancing Participant Apathy with the Requirement of Actual Knowledge
BETSY A. OLSON
HEATHER B. ABRIGO

CHAPTER 12 PEP Rally! Explaining the Excitement for Pooled Employer Plans
MICHAEL B. RICHMAN
GREGORY L. NEEDLES
MICHAEL J. GORMAN

TABLE OF CASES

TABLE OF STATUTES

TABLE OF AGENCY DECISIONS

INDEX