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ERISA Issues for Lawyers: What Every Lawyer Should Know About ERISA

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$79 for Association Member
$99 for Non-Member

75 minutes
Date Published

April 30, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys of California

Subjects

ERISA

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Summary

Because ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, governs both Health and Welfare Benefit Plans (group life, health, dental, disability, and other fringe benefit plans) and Qualified Retirement Plans (Pension, Profit Sharing, and 401(k) Plans), even lawyers who practice outside of this area should know a little bit about this federal law, as almost every private sector employer and benefit plan is subject to ERISA.

Join Susan Grabarsky, and experienced disability law and ERISA attorney, to learn how to address these issues in your practice.

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Presenters

Susan Grabarsky

Susan B. Grabarsky represents individual and group policyholders in disability insurance bad faith actions and ERISA matters.... Read More

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ERISA Issues for Lawyers: What Every Lawyer Should Know About ERISA
ERISA Issues for Lawyers: What Every Lawyer Should Know About ERISA - Paper
COVID-19 FAQ
COVID-19 FInal Rule
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