Month: September 2021
Life Insurance Lost with End of Employment – Can it be Fixed?
Many employees are covered by life insurance through their employer. Many of those policies have policy terms allowing the policy to be converted so it can be retained at a cost to the individual after employment ends, or there may
The Other COVID Shoe Hasn’t Hit the Floor
This summer was reminiscent of the tagline from the summer box-office smash Jaws: “Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…” And, like the poor visitors to Amityville, we only thought it was. We thought
The Bill Cosby: Liability Requires Both Evidence and Due Process
Most clients who have an ERISA claim are frustrated and angered when the insurance company will not pay their claim because it says they can work even though they cannot. They understand the insurance company has a right to proof.
The ERISA Statute of Limitations for a Benefit Claim
Time limits are important in all types of employment claims and vary depending on the type of claim. For example, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act at 29 USC section 621 et seq., provides that a civil action cannot be
ESOP’s Fable: The Tale of Two Hats
What does your client do when the company officers have been telling them for years that their company was doing great and that they should keep investing in the ESOP, only to see their company file bankruptcy and their stocks