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28 A.B.A. J. Lab. & Emp. L. i (2012-2013)

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Labor & Employment Law
The Journal of the ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law
Volume 28, Number 1, Fall 2012
Symposium: Employee Benefits in an Era of Retrenchment
The Editor's Page                                                    V
Peter J Wiedenbeck
ERISA Benefits Litigation: An Empirical Picture                      1
Sean M. Anderson
The Quandary of Federal Intervention in Retiree Health Benefits     15
Susan E. Cancelosi
Optimal Distribution Rules for Defined Contribution Plans: What Can the
United States Learn from Other Countries?                           27
Jonathan Barry Forman
Social Security in an Era of Retrenchment:
What Would Happen if the Social Security Trust Funds Were Exhausted?  43
Kathryn L. Moore
Default Settings in Defined Contribution Plans: A Comparative Approach to
Fiduciary Obligation and the Role of Markets                        59
Dana M. Muir
Health Insurance & Federalism-in-Fact                               73
Radha A. Pathak and Brendan S. Maher
Lessons from the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions for U.S. Policymakers  87
Paul M. Secunda
The Parameters of Solicitation in an Era of Non-Solicitation Covenants  99
David L. Johnson
The Unconstitutionality of Section 8(b)(4)(ii)(B) and the Supreme Court's
Unique Treatment of Union Speech                                   129
Ian Hayes
Preserving Workers' Statutory Rights: An Analysis of the NLRB General
Counsel's Proposed Post-Arbitration Deferral Policy                145
Jonathan Reiner
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Labor and Employment Law

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