ERISA Claims Appeals: A Three Step Process

The ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) claims appeal process is not easy for someone who doesn’t have experience handling these types of claims. Ask anyone who’s gone through it and chances are they’ll tell you to hire an experienced attorney to handle the matter for you. However, while the process is not easy for a novice, it’s also not impossible. In fact, you may be able to go it alone if you follow three crucial steps.

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ERISA & Executive Compensation: Answers To FAQs

The issue of executive compensation continually raises questions about promises, broken promises and rectifying broken promises – especially in the current economic climate. To answer some of the more frequently asked questions on this topic; we interviewed Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) law for over 35 years.

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ERISA & The Various Forms Of Executive Compensation

The subject of executive compensation has never been in the news more than in the past year due to corporate bailouts and the subsequent proposed limitations by the Obama Administration. There are so many forms of executive compensation that we asked Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) law for over 35 years, to describe how some of them work.

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ERISA & Executive Compensation: When Employers Don’t Honor Their Promises

Unlike pension plans where there is a separate trust fund, executive compensation promises are not usually funded. If the employer goes under, so does the compensation. So what are typical issues with employers not honoring promises made regarding executive compensation? To find out, we asked Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) law for over 35 years.

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ERISA, Pension Funds & 401(k) s: Eight Years After Enron

Millions of Americans lost money in the stock market in 2008 – and what happens in 2009 is still anyone’s guess. In today’s volatile market, the last thing people need to worry about is a company mismanaging their pensions and 401(k) plans. However, even though it’s been eight years since the Enron debacle, companies still mismanage retirement funds.

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ERISA, Pension Funds & 401(k) Laws: Answers To FAQs

How much do you know about ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act), pension funds and 401(k) s? If you’re like most of us, the answer is “not much.” To answer some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about these areas, we asked Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA law for over 35 years.

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ERISA, Pension Funds & 401(k) s: The Basics

Some of the most common questions regarding ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act), pension funds and 401(k) s have to do with what responsibilities companies have to correctly manage those funds – and what happens when they don’t. For answers to these questions, we interviewed Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) law for over 35 years.

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ERISA & Life Insurance: Tips On Collecting Your Benefits

ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) governs most life insurance benefit plans. While collecting those benefits is easy is most cases, it can be difficult in some. Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA law for over 35 years, provided us with some tips on how to collect your benefits.

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ERISA Claims Appeals: What Are Your Chances Of Winning?

When you’ve been denied ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) benefits and are thinking about appealing your denial, it’s helpful to know your chances of winning and whether or not you need to hire an attorney. While there are no magic formulas, Ron Dean, a California attorney who has been practicing ERISA law for over 35 years, provided us with answers to some common questions about the process.

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