ERISA


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AcronymDefinition
ERISAEmployee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974
ERISAEuropean Regional Information Society Association
ERISAEastern Regional Indoor Sports Arena
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and compete in the secular market with companies that must bear the cost of complying with ERISA," Justice Sotomayor wrote.
Church plans may elect ERISA coverage, but the same is not true for governmental plans.
Rick Snyder and sought a judgment declaring that ERISA preempts the claim tax.
On the other hand, ERISA imposes on fiduciaries-among other duties-duties of prudence and loyalty.
Presumably, by participating in such programs, an employer would be establishing an employee benefit plan subject to ERISA.
ERISA provides, in relevant part, that a "court in its discretion may allow a reasonable attorney's fee and costs of action to either party.
If there are both ERISA and Non-ERISA policies it pays to hire an ERISA lawyer because he can often settle multiple claims using the same evidence, research and witnesses.
Many companies mistakenly assume that insurance contracts, certificates of insurance and benefits summaries fulfill the ERISA requirements for an SPD and Plan Document, but they don't include the required or recommended provisions that protect the plan, the employer and plan fiduciaries.
Accordingly, the DOL published final regulations under ERISA section 408(b)(2), effective July 1, 2012, that require service providers to disclose detailed information about services and compensation.
clear that ERISA prohibits corporation X from firing or otherwise taking
health insurance, life insurance, severance pay) now comprise a major portion of compensation, the scope of ERISA is enormous.
By law, ERISA plans are already required to be advised by prudent experts with respect to any investment," the council says.