|Present||Director, Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits, UIC School of Law|
|Present||Professor, UIC School of Law|
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Dividing the Plausible Sheep from the Meritless Goats: The Fate of Stock Drop Litigation, 29 Elder L.J. 393 (2022) UIC Law Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2022)
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (“ERISA”) provides federal oversight over employee benefit plans, specifically employee stock ownership plans (“ESOPs”) in which participants' and beneficiaries' retirement savings are in the form of employer ...
The Perils of Self-Directed IRAs Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review (2020)
Individual retirement accounts were created in 1974 as tax-sheltered retirement savings for employees whose employer did not offer an employer-provided retirement vehicle. Since then, they have been used primarily as rollover vehicles, such that amounts ...
Workplace Wellness Incentive Plans: The Legal Labyrinth Employers Must Navigate, 22 Quinnipiac Health L.J. 335 (2019) UIC John Marshall Law School Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2019)
Workplace wellness programs are extremely popular with employers, aiming to promote better health while preventing and controling diseases for employees and their dependents. Such wellness plans can be incorporated into the employer's group health plan ...
Coverage in Transition: Considerations When Expanding Employer-Provided Health Coverage to LGBTI Employees and Beneficiaries, 24 Cardozo J. Equal Rts. & Soc. Just. 3 (2017) UIC Law Open Access Faculty Scholarship (2017)
The rights of transgender individuals has been in the headlines during 2017 - ranging from President Trump's tweet to announce a ban on transgender individuals from serving in the military due to the "tremendous medical ...