The John Marshall Law School Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits

Invites you to the

11th Annual Employee Benefits Symposium

America's Retirement Crisis:
What Can Be Done?

Monday, April 15, 2013
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The John Marshall Law School
315 S. Plymouth Court
Chicago, Illinois 60604

Please check lobby monitor signs for room assignment.

 

REGISTER

Register online by Monday, April 8, 2013.

General registration: $50
Free to John Marshall faculty and students.

CLE: 6 hours

  Presentations

    Moderator: Carol Bogosian, Consultant


Addressing the Challenges Women Face in Retirement: Improving Social Security, Pensions, and SSI

Joan Entmacher
Vice President, Family Economic Security
National Women’s Law Center

 

Amy K. Matsui
Senior Counsel; Director of Women and the Courts
National Women’s Law Center


Public Policy and Consumer Disclosure for the Immediate Annuity Market

Kelli Hueler
CEO/Founder
Hueler Companies

 

Paula Hogan
Founder
PaulaHogan


The Tracker Plan: A Controlled Risk Defined Contribution Retirement Program

Rowland Davis
Actuary; Pension Consultant
RMD Pension Consulting


Dispelling the Crises of Social Security and Medicare: A Defense of
Entitlement Programs

Martha Holstein
Co-director, Health & Medicine Policy Research Group
The Center for Long-Term Care Reform

 

Kristen Pavle
Associate Director, Health & Medicine Policy Research Group
The Center for Long-Term Care Reform


Longevity Insurance: Strengthening Social Security for the Old-Old

John A. Turner
Director
Pension Policy Center


Redesigning Occupational Pensions

George A. Mackenzie
Senior Policy Advisor
AARP

 

Jonathan B. Forman
Alfred P. Murrah Professor of Law
University of Oklahoma College of Law


For more information, contact Amy Berkowitz at aberkow@jmls.edu.

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Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits
321 S. Plymouth Court
Chicago, Illinois 60604
p. 312.427.2737 ext. 380
www.jmls.edu/academics/taxeb/