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IRS Sets March 31, 2020 Deadline For 403(b) Plan Document Compliance
The United States Internal Revenue Service (the "IRS") has released Revenue Procedure 2019-39, which sets forth a March 31, 2020 deadline by which tax-qualified...
United States
15 Oct 2019
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The State AG Report Weekly Update August 22, 2019
Senator Tallian has served in the state Senate since 2005, is currently the Senate Democrat caucus chair, and maintains a private law practice.
United States
27 Aug 2019
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Third Circuit Rules Employer Cannot Be Forced To Arbitrate Retiree Health Care Claims
Unfunded retiree health care benefits have been the elephant in the room for decades. Together with unfunded pension liabilities, they threaten the survival of both private companies and municipalities.
United States
10 Oct 2018
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Early Retirees May Receive Unemployment Compensation, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules
For more than 20 years, Pennsylvania retirees who accepted an early retirement incentive plan have been denied unemployment compensation benefits under the Unemployment Compensation Law (UC law).
United States
10 Jan 2013
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Purchaser Of Assets May Be Liable As Successor For Seller's Unpaid Benefit Fund Contributions
Under the traditional common law rule of successorship liability, it is well established that, absent a specific agreement to the contrary, an entity that purchases the assets of another entity does not assume the seller’s liabilities unless one of the following exceptions applies:
United States
2 Feb 2011
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ERISA: Is Discovery Really Limited?
When a lawsuit is brought under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, 29 U.S.C. 1001 et seq., ("ERISA") the defendant often times will attempt to limit the scope of discovery to the "claims file" or the "administrative record."
United States
28 Sep 2007
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