Posts Tagged ‘Employment Law’
U.S. Pension and Benefits Overview | Employee Benefits
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Defending ERISA Fiduciaries Against Claims of Failure to Diversify in a World of Multi-Manager Investments | Employee Benefits
Although they are generally lauded for increasing diversification of investments, investment managers and employee benefit plans need to be aware of the potential for ‘‘overlapping’’ and its impact in situations where ‘‘plan assets’’ are invested in multimanager investments and, in particular, fund of funds (‘‘FoF’’ or ‘‘FoFs’’) investment strategies.
Understanding the ABC’s of Taxing Stock-Based CompensationUnlawful Terminations and the Impact of Recent Court Decisions | Employment Law & Employee Benefits
Employees, in particular executives, may be covered by a wide range of compensation arrangements. These compensation arrangements may involve, for example, tax-qualified pension and retirement plans, health and welfare plans, nonqualified deferred compensation, life insurance and stock-based compensation. The federal income taxation of stock-based compensation is complex. Minor structural differences can dramatically change the tax […]
Health Care Reform | Employee Benefits
Health Care Reform
Private Sector Bargaining | Employment Law
Private Sector Bargaining
2011 Labor & Employment Law Seminar
Health Care Reform Judicial Update Private Sector Bargaining The Small Employer Tax Credit The Basic Rules for Service Providers
Labor Law Seminars – 2010 | Employment Law
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ERISA and Employee Benefits Seminars – 2009 | Employment Law
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B&K Labor Update – 2008 | Employment Law
What You Need to Know About Pre-Erisa Pension Credit as Boomers Reach Retirement.
B&K Labor Update – 2007 | Employment Law
NLRB's Supervisor Decisions Create Numerous Issues.