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Professor Norman Stein Honored by Pension Rights Center as ‘Retirement Security Superhero’

Professor Norman P. Stein

October 07, 2016

The Pension Rights Center, an advocacy center based in Washington, D.C., honored Professor Norman Stein as a “Retirement Security Superhero” at its 40th anniversary gala on Oct. 6.

Stein is a nationally recognized authority on pension law, employee benefits and tax law who served as counsel to the American Association of Retired Persons and as a consultant to the General Accounting Office.  He is a former chair of the Association of American Law Schools’ Employee Benefit and Executive Compensation Section.

He has testified before Congress on numerous pension-related issues, and he has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Vanity Fair magazine and other national publications.

In 2013, Stein was an organizer of a Drexel Law Review Symposium that took stock of the landmark Employee Retirement Security Act 40 years after its enactment.

At the gala, the center saluted Stein “for spending millions of hours writing testimony, editing comments, analyzing provisions of the tax code and ERISA to win a case or convince a regulatory agency to change its position or slap back the opposition.”