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ERISA Claim Litigation 101 - LA091912

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 This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “ERISA Claim Litigation 101" CLE, presented on September 19, 2012.

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ERISA Claim Litigation 101


Presented by the Disability Law Section and Labor and Employment Law Section

Program Time

3.50 Hours

About the Program

Learn how to pursue and to defend against claims for disability, health, severance, retirement, and other benefits from employer plans that are governed by the Employee Retirement and Income Security Act (ERISA). The program provides counsel for claimants, employers and administrators with a comprehensive overview of the procedural and substantive laws governing these claims. Find out what ERISA is and when it governs claims; why appealing a benefit denial to the plan or insurance company is critical; how the “trial court” often functions more like an appellate court; and how ERISA both limits and expands the available remedies. Increase chances of success, whether prosecuting or defending an ERISA claim decision by attending this seminar.

Program Chair:

Patrick W. Begos, Begos Horgan & Brown LLP, Southport



David S. Rintoul, Brown Paindiris & Scott LLP, Glastonbury

Alexander H. Schwartz, Attorney at Law, Southport


Who Should Purchase

Counsel representing claimants, plans and administrators in benefit applications, appeals, and litigation; employee benefits personnel from employers and insurance companies; counsel representing claimants for Social Security and workers’ compensation; and human resources generalists.