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Employee benefits and associated issues have become significant drivers of social, economic and legal policy-making. With an increasingly older workforce approaching the threshold of entitlement to an ever-dwindling Social Security “safety net,” the management of retirement income and the funding of retirement benefits have important legal and policy concerns. These concerns, along with the continuing rise in healthcare costs, have drawn the attention of the federal courts and the Department of Labor.ERISA litigation is now one of the most significant and fast-changing fields of litigation, and the stakes are still growing. Learn from the expertise of four of America’s leading practitioners – two from the plaintiff’s side, two for the defense – who will review the Supreme Court’s 2012-2013 term and its impact on ERISA litigation, address recent developments in pension and benefits litigation, and forecast important trends in this ever-changing arena. Each of our panelists brings extensive ERISA experience and a national practice perspective to this program.Panelists:Moderator: Charles Seemann, Jackson Lewis LLP (New Orleans, LA)Amy Covert, Proskauer Rose, LLP (New York, NY)Ron Dean, Law Office of Ron Dean (Pacific Palisades, CA)Karen Handorf, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll (Washington, DC)Educational Objectives:• Gain an understanding of important developments in ERISA litigation.• Learn from experienced perspectives on how existing trends will develop, and how new trends will emerge.• Understand significant ERISA decisions and their practical implications.Who would benefit most from attending this program?• In-house counsel• Benefits and HR personnel • Private practitioners looking to stay abreast of current events in ERISA litigationProgram Level: AdvancedCredit available: CLE. For more information, please click on the “CLE Credit” tab.
Moderator: Charles F. Seemann III, Jackson Lewis LLP; Amy R. Covert, Proskauer Rose LLP; Ronald G. Dean, Law Office of Ron Dean; Karen L. Handorf, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC
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Employee Benefits Law, Third Edition, with Spring 2013 Supplement
ERISA Litigation, Fourth Edition, with 2012 Supplement