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Section Newsletter Articles From Kevin J. Richter

Employee Benefits Section Council review of recent cases and IRS matters By Kevin J. Richter Employee Benefits, December 2001 In Gilliam v. United Parcel Service, Inc., 7th Cir. No. 99-3942 (11/29/00) the Seventh Circuit found that the Defendant, United Parcel Service, did not violate the Family and Medical Leave Act by firing a worker.
Legal case review By Kevin J. Richter Employee Benefits, December 2000 On August 18, 2000, the IRS issued announcement 2000-77 which provides criteria for determination letter applications for Volume Submitter plans that have not received GUST II advisory letters.
Current employee benefits case law developments By Kevin J. Richter Employee Benefits, September 1999 The following article is a compilation of recent case law developments in the area of employee benefits law to allow the practitioner to stay abreast of current events.

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