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Overview



• Benefit Arrangements Subject to ERISA
• Interpreting ERISA Plans
• Claims Procedures and Exhaustion of Administrative
• Remedies Notice, Reporting, and Disclosure
• General Notice and Communication
• Plan Amendment
• Assignment, Waiver, and Forfeiture
• Miscellaneous Issues in Plan Administration
• Who Is a Fiduciary?
• Fiduciary Duties and Liabilities
• Plan Coverage and Participation Requirements
• Benefit Accrual and Vesting
• Contributions and Benefits
• Plan Funding
• Plan Distributions
• Plan Disqualification and Remediation
• COBRA
• Insurance
• Actions and Remedies
• Plaintiffs and Defendants
• Preemption
• Standard of Review
• Attorneys' Fees
• Miscellaneous Issues in ERISA Litigation

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735565975
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 11/28/2007
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 1372
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 2.20 (d)

Table of Contents


• 1. Benefit Arrangements Subject to ERISA


• General Considerations
• "Plan, Fund, or Program"
• "Employer or Employee Organization"
• For Participants and Their Beneficiaries
• Special Cases
• Benefit Plans Exempt from ERISA
• Miscellaneous Issues


• 2. Interpreting ERISA Plans


• General Considerations
• Controlling Documents
• Applicable Law


• 3. Claims Procedures and Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies


• Claims Procedures - General
• Claims Denials
• Appeals
• Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies


• 4. Notice, Reporting, and Disclosure


• IRS Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
• DOL Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements
• Summary Plan Description
• Summary of Material Modifications
• Responding to Information Requests
• Miscellaneous Notice Requirements


• 5. Plan Amendment


• Protected Benefits
• Effect of Plan Amendment on Benefits
• Underfunded Plans; Waiver Period
• Required Amendment Deadlines


• 6. Assignment, Waiver, and Forfeiture


• Assignment, Attachment, and Garnishment
• Tax Liens
• Rights and Interests of Spouses and Former Spouses
• QDROs
• Waivers of ERISA Rights and Interests
• Forfeitures and Setoffs


• 7. Miscellaneous Issues in Plan Administration


• Prohibited Transactions
• Fiduciary Bonding Requirements
• Plan Loans
• Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation


• 8. Who Is a Fiduciary?


• General Considerations
• Plan Sponsors, Officers, and Directors
• Plan Administrators
• Investment Advisors
• Insurance Companies and Agents


• 9. Fiduciary Duties and Liabilities


• General Principles of ERISA Fiduciary Conduct
• Exclusive Benefit Rule
• Duties Relating to Plan Administration
• Duties Relating to Benefit Determinations
• Duties Relating to Employee Communications
• Duties Relating to Plan Investments
• Fiduciary Liabilities


• 10. Plan Coverage and Participation Requirements
• 11. Benefit Accrual and Vesting


• Accrued Benefit
• Vesting
• Break in Service
• Plan Termination and Partial Termination
• Vesting in Welfare Benefit Plans


• 12. Contributions and Benefits


• General Considerations
• Defined Contribution Plans
• Defined Benefit Plans
• Related Issues
• Permitted Disparity
• Discrimination in Plan Benefits, Rights, and Features


• 13. Plan Funding


• Minimum Funding Standards for Single-Employer Defined Benefit Plans
• Minimum Funding Standards for Multiemployer Defined Benefit Plans
• Plan Funding Limits
• Plan Funding Liabilities


• 14. Plan Distributions


• Timing of Distributions
• Distributions to Participants (and Their Surviving Spouses)
• Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy
• Taxation of Plan Distributions
• Distribution Elections and Notice Requirements
• Rollover Distributions


• 15. Plan Disqualification and Remediation


• Plan Disqualification
• IRS Programs for Remedial Action
• Self-Correction Program
• Voluntary Correction Program
• Anonymous Submission Program
• Audit Closing Agreement Program


• 16. COBRA


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