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Professor Norman Stein Discusses Retirement Policy at National Scholarly Conference on ERISA

Professor Norman P. Stein

March 31, 2014

Professor Norman Stein took part in the Third Annual National Conference on ERISA, Employee Benefits and Social Insurance at Marquette University Law School on March 28.

Stein discussed evidence-based retirement policy as part of a panel emerging issues and trends in ERISA and welfare plans, joining scholars from the universities of Michigan, Illinois and Oklahoma, John Marshall School of Law, Washington University School of Law and the Hudson Institute.

A nationally recognized authority on pension and tax law, Stein co-organized a Drexel Law Review symposium held at the law school in October 2013 that took a historic view of ERISA (the Employee Retirement Security Act) 40 years after its passage into law. 

His recent scholarship includes "Equity in the Distribution of Tax Preferences for Pensions: Capping the Amount Allowable in Tax-Preferenced Retirement Plans" (with John A. Turner), which appeared in Florida Tax Review, and "Defined Contribution Plans with Very Large Individual Account Balances," (with John A. Turner and David D. McCarthy), which appeared in The Journal of Retirement