Is a Canadian citizen, who is allegedly defamed in an online article published in their home province by a foreign newspaper, entitled to vindicate
A nearly unanimous Supreme Court recently found that a health plan cannot recover amounts subject to subrogation if the recipient has already spent
Last Tuesday, the US Department of Labor (DOL) released its 120-page notice of proposed rulemaking to revamp the Employee Retirement Income Security
The US Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed to require so-called "top hat plan notices" to be filed electronically instead of on paper
On June 26, 2013, the US Supreme Court, in US v. Windsor, invalidated Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). For 17 years, Section 3 of
The recent case of Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation v. Asahi Tec Corporation No. 10-1936 (ABJ) March 14 2012 in the US Federal courts has raised the unexpected risk that a non-US parent company of an insolvent US subsidiary could find itself liable for the deficit in the subsidiary’s pension scheme solely on the basis of its ownership interest in the subsidiary at the date the scheme is terminated.
Crunch time has come for Tribes to review whether their employee benefit plans are “governmental,” in light of the Internal Revenue Service “Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” issued November 7.
Sponsors and administrators of employee benefit plans have long wrestled with how to reconcile a summary plan description (SPD) that is materially inconsistent with the plan it describes.
There have been many recent changes in the area of employee benefits and executive compensation.
The Supreme Court has now handed down a significant ERISA decision in Conkright v. Frommert (April 21, 2010).