In This Issue:

- Changes Afoot for ERISA “Reportable Event” Rules

- Protective awards on a collective redundancy or TUPE transfer

- In Profile: Hendrik Röger

- News in Brief

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from Changes Afoot for ERISA “Reportable Event” Rules:

As many as 90 percent of pension plans and pension plan sponsors may soon have fewer “reportable events” to track and report to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (the “PBGC”), if certain proposed changes to the PBGC regulations are finalised this summer. These proposed changes were published by the PBGC on 3 April 2013...

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Topics:  Benefit Plan Sponsors, Defined Contribution Plans, Dismissals, ERISA, EU, Gender Equity, Independent Contractors, Reporting Requirements, Temporary Employees, TUPE

Published In: International Trade Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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