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Part I. Procedural issues: Welfare plans Pension plans Plans excluded from ERISA coverage Causes of action Preemption and removal Enumerated parties Standing Derivative and other standing Potential defendants Remedies Preliminary relief Statutes of limitations Exhaustion of remedies Subject matter jurisdiction Service of process Venue Personal jurisdiction Jury trials Attorneys' fees Standard of review for adverse benefit determinations Pretrial discovery in ERISA benefits cases Attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine Class actions. Part II. Pension, medical, and other benefits: The Affordable Care Act and ERISA litigation Wrongful denial of benefits Disability benefit claims Life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance Managed care litigation COBRA litigation Spousal rights Retiree welfare benefits Part III. Issues unique to pension plans: Defined benefit plan investments Amendment and termination of pension plans Fees and investment prudence litigation in defined contribution plans Part IV. Discrimination: Executive compensation litigation Contingent workers and the gig economy Interference with protected rights Age discrimination in employee benefits. Part V. Fiduciary duties and remedies: Violation of fiduciary duty by misrepresentation and nondisclosure Estoppel as a basis for recovery for misrepresentation Fiduciary duties regarding 401(k) and ESOP investments in employer stock Civil RICO. Part VI. Multiemployer plans: Delinquency actions Special rules for multiemployer plans Appendix A. U.S. Code : ERISA correspondence table Table of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) sections.
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