American Bar Association American Bar Association

ERISA Litigation - 2010

 • DATE: November 11 - 12, 2010
SPONSORS: The Sections of Business Law, Health Law, Labor and Employment Law, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law, Taxation, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice; and The American College of Employee Benefits Counsel.

Who Should Attend?

Litigators who handle ERISA cases and want to enhance their substantive ERISA knowledge

Benefits practitioners who wish to further their knowledge of the substantive law and most recent case law

• Litigators who find themselves confronting ERISA preemption issues on an increasing basis

ERISA specialists who draft plan language and render advice about plan administration, trying to minimize the risk of litigation

Litigators seeking to develop expertise in this growing field of practice

Why Should I Attend?

Join us for this 2-day program and hear from the ERISA litigation experts. Discover their successful methods and strategies. Receive immediate feedback to YOUR questions. Experience the stories from behind the scenes, from both points of view and pick up the finer points to consider when involved in ERISA litigation cases.

What Past Participants Have Said

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“Content was excellent and well presented, excellent materials, well rounded with a variety of topics.”

- Frank J. Morales, McKenzie Rothwell Barlow & Korpi, PS

“The presenters were well prepared, the materials were provided in electronic and hard copy form, and the venue was conducive for the presentations.”

- Alaap Shah, Epstein Becker & Green, PC



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