New York University Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation

Annual publication featuring expert, hard-hitting articles on employee benefits and 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.

The 2020 edition ISBN is 9781663303790.

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Table of contents

CHAPTER 1 Limiting the Scope of the Employer Mandate Penalties Under Section 4980H(a)
ALAN TAWSHUNSKY

CHAPTER 2 Improving Pension Participants’ Outcomes Through Litigation: Investments and Fees
JOHN A. TURNER

CHAPTER 3 The Ninth Circuit’s Jarvis Opinion: A Correct Application of Retrenched ERISA Preemption
EDWARD A. ZELINSKY

Chapter 4 Tontines and Collective Annuities: Lessons from an International Survey
JOHN A. TURNER, Ph.D.
RICHARD K. FULLMER, M.Sc.
JONATHAN BARRY FORMAN, J.D.

CHAPTER 5 Bitcoin, Distributed Ledgers and ERISA: A Very Preliminary Survey
E. THOMAS VEAL

CHAPTER 6 Lost and Found: Reuniting Missing Participants and Lost Pensions
KATHRYN L. MOORE

CHAPTER 7 Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace and The Future of Employer-Provided Employee Benefits
MICHELLE CAPEZZA

CHAPTER 8 EXPANDING SOCIAL SECURITY FOR ALL GENERATIONS
NANCY J. ALTMAN
ERIC R. KINGSON

CHAPTER 9 Federal Common Law of Agency and Respondeat Superior
BARRY L. SALKIN

CHAPTER 10 Common Questions and Takeaways from the First Year of Pooled Employer Plans
MICHAEL J. GORMAN
MICHAEL B. RICHMAN

CHAPTER 11 ESOPs: How Potential Tax Reform Could Impact ESOP Transactions
BRIAN D. HECTOR
JASON C. RAY
EMILY M. RICKARD

CHAPTER 12 Church Plans: ERISA Exemption, Preemption and Fiduciary Duties
HEATHER B. ABRIGO, ESQ.
JOSHUA WALDBESER, ESQ.
BETSY OLSON, ESQ.

TABLE OF CASES

TABLE OF STATUTES

TABLE OF AGENCY DECISIONS

INDEX