Category: (ERISA) Litigation

The attorneys at Garner Firm, Ltd. represent Philadelphia executives, employees, former employees, plan participants, and their beneficiaries in all aspects of ERISA employee benefits law.

ERISA • Employment Law
  • Understanding ERISA Fiduciary Insurance

    ERISA assigns the “highest duty known to law” when a company manages an employee benefits program. This means that companies assume fiduciary duties to their employees when operating employee benefit plans. From a legal standpoint, this means that they have certain obligations that they must meet. Otherwise, the employee may sue them for a breach of their fiduciary

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  • Understanding Your Retirement Plan Information

    Millions of Americans participate in employer-sponsored retirement plans, though many people know little about their plans or their rights under the law. When individuals work for a private sector employer, these plans are almost always governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), which is a federal law that purports to protect the rights of

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Mr. Garner is an ERISA employee benefits and employment attorney with over a decade of experience. The laws governing employee benefits, the employment relationship, and the workplace are complex.

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