Expanded Disclosure Requirements Under ERISA

November 1999
Workforce (10928332);Nov99, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p76
Recounts two cases involving the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) under which the United States 9th Circuit Court of Appeals expanded an employer's disclosure requirements. Details on the case of Ernest Bins against Exxon and Nancy Wayne against Pacific Bell; Decision of the court; Impact of both cases.


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