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Morgan Lewis | USA | 18 Mar 2019

Payment of Defined Benefit Plan Benefits After Normal Retirement Age

It is apparent from the extensive investigation of defined benefit plans on the part of the US Department of Labor (DOL) that the DOL is quite

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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | USA | 16 Jan 2019

CCPA: Employers Should Consider Implications for Employee Benefit Plans

As we move closer to implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”), companies should consider how the new law could affect

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Hall Benefits Law | USA | 27 Dec 2018

Understanding the Revised Employer Definition for MEPs and MEWAs

Multiple employer plans (MEPs) and multiple employer welfare arrangements (“MEWAs”) allow workers greater access to retirement programs. However, the

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Thompson Coburn LLP | USA | 19 Nov 2018

Retirement plans under Tax Reform 2.0: How the Family Savings Act could affect employers

On September 13, 2018, the House Ways and Means Committee introduced and approved a trio of bills, referred to collectively as “Tax Reform 2.0." One

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Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP | USA | 14 Nov 2018

DOL considers important efficiencies for the retirement system

In the last three weeks, the Department of Labor (DOL) undertook two initiatives that have the potential to improve the efficiency of the retirement

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K&L Gates | USA | 8 Nov 2018

Opening up MEPs: Proposed DOL Rule Expands Multiple Employer Plans, But Legislation Would Go Further

On October 23, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) published a proposed rule intended to make it easier for small businesses to join together to offer

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Robinson & Cole LLP | USA | 17 Oct 2018

Second Circuit Speaks On When Ministerial Acts Can Breach a Fiduciary Duty

The Second Circuit recently held that alleged misrepresentations by a “ministerial” plan representative about plan benefits will not support a claim

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Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 17 Aug 2018

Illinois secure choice retirement savings program no longer mandatory?

The future of the Illinois Secure Choice Savings Program Act (Secure Choice) is uncertain following Governor Bruce Rauner’s amendatory veto that

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Proskauer Rose LLP | USA | 3 Jul 2018

Podcast: Fixing Retirement Plan Overpayments

In this episode of the Proskauer Benefits Brief, Paul Hamburger, co-chair of Proskauer’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group, and

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Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP | USA | 2 Jul 2018

Fifth Circuit issues mandate that vacates the ERISA fiduciary rule: What plan sponsors should do next

After years of revising regulations and even more years of legal battles, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) 2016 ERISA fiduciary regulations (the

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