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  • 作      者: Ng, Karen D.;Dyke, Charles M.;Bacon, David L.
  • 出版时间: 2006-00-00
  • 语      言: 英文
  • 价      格: 173 HKD
作者简介

Ng, Karen D.;Dyke, Charles M.;Bacon, David L.

Ng, Karen D.

KAREN D. NG is of counsel in the San Francisco office of Thelen Reid & Priest LLP. She is admitted to the bar in California. She is a graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law (J.D., 1995), and the University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 1990). She practices in the areas of ERISA and employee benefits, with an emphasis on employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs). She has extensive experience with the design, implementation and administration of ESOPs, pension plans, profit sharing plans and 401(k) plans. In addition, she advises clients with respect to the structuring of ESOP transactions involving both closely-held and publicly-traded companies. She is a member of the ESOP Association and serves on its Administration Advisory Committee, Member (November 1997 to Present). She is also a member of the Western Pension and Benefits Conference; San Francisco Chapter, and a member of it Board of Directors; Secretary (June 2003 to Present). She is the author of the following articles: "Cost Basis" Why Should You Care?; The ESOP Report, August 2003; "What USERRA Means to Your ESOP" The ESOP Report, March 2002; "The Money Purchase Plan Question," The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance, Summer 1999; "Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and ESOPs," The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance, Summer 1998; Contributing Author: Employee Stock Ownership Plans: A Practical Guide to ESOPs and Other Broad Ownership Programs: 2000 Edition, Harcourt Professional Publishing.
Dyke, Charles M.

CHARLES M. DYKE is a partner in the San Francisco office of Thelen Reid & Priest LLP with a practice concentration in complex business disputes and ERISA litigation. He is admitted to the bar in California, the District of Columbia, and Illinois. He represents corporations in prosecuting and defending claims involving trade secret misappropriation, unfair competition (including trademark infringement), business torts, breach of contract, and issues arising under Titles I and IV of ERISA. He also has successfully defended corporations in consumer class litigation. He recently won a trial and expedited appeal in federal court for an airline over the termination of its defined-benefit pension plans. The victory played a key role in enabling the company to exit bankruptcy. The trial also involved rejection of the company's collective bargaining agreements, although that portion of the case resolved prior to issuance of the bankruptcy court's decision. His ERISA practice concentrates on disputes under Title IV of the statute involving the termination of single-employer pension plans, as well as under Title I involving fiduciary breaches, prohibited transactions, and preemption of state law. Prior to joining the firm, he served for two years as a staff attorney at the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, where he worked on the two largest bankruptcies then before the agency and made numerous appearances in federal bankruptcy and district court. He also played a leading role in obtaining the decision in United Steelworkers of America v. United Engineering, Inc., 52 F.3d 1386 (6th Cir. 1995). He is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M., 1995), DePaul University College of Law (J.D., 1992) (Managing Editor, DePaul Law Review), and the University of Maryland (B.S., 1985). He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and serves as the Pensions and Benefits Committee-Newsletter Editor. He is co-author of the following articles: Karl D. Belgum & Charles M. Dyke, Business & Professions Code Section 17200 Reform Proposals, Past And Future, Mealey's California Section 17200 Report, Vol. 3, #2, October 2004; Charles M. Dyke & David L. Bacon, Supreme Court Clarifies Law Governing Working-Owner Participation in Employee Benefit Plans, Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin (May 2004).
Bacon, David L.

David Bacon is a partner in Nixon Peabody LLP's Labor & Employment practice group. His practice focuses on ERISA and employee benefits, the federal health care reform legislation (the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or PPACA) enacted in 2010, multiemployer pension plan withdrawal liability, class action defense, labor and employment law, and federal securities law. He has significant experience in ERISA fiduciary liability cases, class action defense, tax shelter litigation, securities litigation, wrongful termination and EEO. Mr. Bacon has represented clients in civil litigation, insurance defense, unfair competition, trademark and copyright law, and products liability defense and specializes in trial and appellate practice, including Supreme Court practice. Mr. Bacon is the lead author in the following publications: David L. Bacon, Stephen D. Prater, et al., Employee Benefits Guide, two-volume book (Matthew Bender & Co./LexisNexis) New York, 2002; David L. Bacon and David W. Tucker, Pension and Benefits, Volume 6 of Labor and Employment Law, eleven volume series (Matthew Bender & Co./LexisNexis), New York, 2003; and David L. Bacon, et al., Pension Protection Act of 2006, A Summary and Commentary (Matthew Bender & Co./LexisNexis), New York, 2006. He serves on the Editorial Board (Employee Benefits) of Bender's Labor & Employment Bulletin (Matthew Bender & Co./LexisNexis) and has published a number of articles in Emerging Issues Analysis articles for Lexis Nexis. Mr. Bacon is the lead author in the following work in progress: David L. Bacon, Mary Ann Chirba-Martin and Alice Noble, Healthcare Reform Guidebook (Matthew Bender & Co./LexisNexis), forthcoming 2011. Mr. Bacon was also identified as a leading attorney in the employee benefits field in Southern California's Super Lawyers since inception.
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