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01.What is ERISA in New York?
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As the world has become complicated so has the practice of law in New York. At Stewart Lee Karlin Law Group, PC we have concentrated in the areas of employment law and insurance law, specializing in ERISA law, employee benefits, short term disability benefits, New York long term disability pensions benefits and more for over twenty five years. We provide a high quality service to our clients in all five boroughs (New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island) and in Nassau and Westchester Counties plus in New Jersey and Florida.
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The Employee Retirement Income Security Act, or ERISA, sets out minimum standards under which private retirement and health plans must operate to provide protection for employees and their families. The law pertains to voluntary pension and welfare plans established for the benefit of employees and their beneficiaries, if funds are contributed in any manner by an employer or employee. If you need help protecting your rights and benefits, contact the New York ERISA attorneys at Stewart Lee Karlin Law Group, PC for help!
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New York ERISA LAWYERS Protecting pensions, employees and their families
If it seems to you that life in the 21st Century has become more complicated, you are definitely not alone in that view. When it comes to dealing with serious issues that affect your health and well-being, your employment and earning ability, discrimination or equality issues and insurance claims, the multitude of laws and regulations can seem endless and confusing.
One bit of legislation, first passed in 1974, continues to play a role in protecting workers and their families in important ways. Termed the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), it may seem like “alphabet soup,” and it has faced its share of controversy and misunderstanding over the years.
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Stewart Lee Karlin Law Group, PC has been providing high quality legal services for over 30 years. Over the course of our tenure, we have seen how quickly things can change and have developed skills to make sure that your needs are met no matter what they may be.
ERISA Has 3 Main Parts
- Title I – Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 – ERISA. This part of ERISA establishes minimum standards for pension plans in the private sector
- Title II – Administration and Enforcement – A&E. This part of ERISA establishes the rules and procedures for the administration and enforcement of ERISA
- Title III – Investment Company Act of 1940 – ICA. ICA regulates investment companies, such as mutual funds
What is ERISA in New York?
ERISA is a federal law that governs employee benefit plans in the United States. ERISA protects the interests of employees and their beneficiaries by requiring plan sponsors to provide plan information and establish standards of conduct for plan managers and other fiduciaries.
ERISA does not apply to government plans or church plans.
What does ERISA stand for?
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 governs the majority of employer-provided health insurance, pension, investment, and profit-sharing plans.