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Planning Past Pensions, Julie Roin Jan 2015

Planning Past Pensions, Julie Roin

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

Evidence of state and local government dysfunction surfaces in many areas. One is the operation of employee pension plans. Free from the strictures of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”), some state governments failed to adequately fund their pension promises. With the imminent retirement of the baby boom generation, these states are facing what appear to be insurmountable pension debts. Illinois is one of the worst hit states, with grossly underfunded pension plans, a state constitutional prohibition on reducing pension benefits, and a sizable non-pension-related budget deficit. Illinois courts will likely strike down recently passed pension “reforms.” There are ...


Silent Victims Of The Financial Decline, Emily Hardy Jan 2013

Silent Victims Of The Financial Decline, Emily Hardy

Public Interest Law Reporter

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Vindicating Vulnerable Victims: Illinois's Efforts To Prevent Elder Financial Exploitation, Ashley Jaconetti Jan 2012

Vindicating Vulnerable Victims: Illinois's Efforts To Prevent Elder Financial Exploitation, Ashley Jaconetti

Public Interest Law Reporter

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Distributions From Disqualified Plans - Should They Be Apportioned?, Beth M. Clark Jan 1986

Distributions From Disqualified Plans - Should They Be Apportioned?, Beth M. Clark

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Erisa Preemption Of State Vacation Pay Laws: California Hospital Association V. Henning, Donald J. Mcneil Jan 1985

Erisa Preemption Of State Vacation Pay Laws: California Hospital Association V. Henning, Donald J. Mcneil

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

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Mccarty V. Mccarty: A Former Spouse's Claim To A Service Member's Military Retired Pay Is Shot Down, Sandra D. Oliszewicz Jan 1982

Mccarty V. Mccarty: A Former Spouse's Claim To A Service Member's Military Retired Pay Is Shot Down, Sandra D. Oliszewicz

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

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Toward The Equitable Establishment And Administration Of Pension Plans: Teaming Erisa With The Securities Laws, Michael D. Mccormick Jan 1978

Toward The Equitable Establishment And Administration Of Pension Plans: Teaming Erisa With The Securities Laws, Michael D. Mccormick

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

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Erisa's "Bad Boy": Forfeiture For Cause In Retirement Plans, John W. Lee Jan 1977

Erisa's "Bad Boy": Forfeiture For Cause In Retirement Plans, John W. Lee

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

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Economic Analysis And The Prudent Man Rule Under Erisa: Efficiency Versus The Public Interest, Timothy R. Garmager Jan 1976

Economic Analysis And The Prudent Man Rule Under Erisa: Efficiency Versus The Public Interest, Timothy R. Garmager

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.