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Experts watching high court session

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Pension plan executives and other investors are watching several Supreme Court cases in the term starting Oct. 5, especially ones that could change the rules for bringing legal actions against corporations, and challenges to when and where retirement plan participants can sue.

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ERISA’s mid-life crisis

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On its 40th birthday, plans sponsors and participants find plenty to be unhappy about.

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ERISA at 40

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The landmark legislation that promised security in retirement has fallen far short of its expectations

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Landmark ERISA pension reform law sees mixed results 40 years after implementation

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Forty years after President Gerald Ford signed the first comprehensive pension reform bill into law, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act has produced successes and failures.

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Proposed IRS regulations that could undermine workers' legal rights without public input (September 24, 2012)

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The Pension Rights Center submitted comments to the Internal Revenue Service, objecting to a proposed delegation of authority to the IRS Commissioner to issue certain rules without public notice and comment.

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American Airlines pension default Q&A

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American Airlines is heading toward the largest default of a defined-benefit pension plan in U.S. history.

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Military benefit plan may change

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When an eight-year commitment to Uncle Sam was running out a while back, Air Force Maj. James Podany faced a decision: trade the uniform for a private sector gig, or re-up? The 34-year-old Omaha native decided to stay put, and he now plans to remain in at least 20 years — until he is eligible for a military pension.

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