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BOOKS

Al Holifield , Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelvth Edition of Wolters Kluwer ERISA Fiduciary Answer Book and annual supplements.

Al Holifield, Tina Haley, Sarah Johnson, chapter co-author, Chapter 38 “Age Discrimination in Employee Benefits,”  ERISA Litigation (BNA 5th ed. 2014).

Daniel Janich, chapter co-author, Chapter 36 “Contingent Workers & Employee Benefits” in ERISA Litigation (BNA 5th ed. 2014).

Al Holifield, contributing author, Chapter 10, “Fiduciary Responsibility”, Employee Benefit Law (BNA 2007-2013).

Al Holifield, contributing author, Chapter 11 “ERISA Preemption and Effect of Other Laws,” Employee Benefit Law (BNA 2006).

Al Holifield, contributing author, Chapter 6 “Regulation of Specialized Types of Retirement Income Plans,” Employee Benefits Law (BNA 2004-2005).

Al Holifield, contributing author, Chapter 15 “Employment Discrimination and Employee Benefits,” Employee Benefits Law (BNA 2003).

Articles

Johnson, Sarah. “What Employers Need to Know About New FLSA Overtime Rules.” Knoxville News Sentinel Business Journal, January 2, 2017.

Janich, Daniel. “Without Proper Planning Contingent Workers Pose Serious Risks to Employer Benefit Plans.”  Employee Benefit Plan Review, July 2011.

Janich, Daniel. “Equity Interests in Limited Liability Corporations.” 20 The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance 19, Winter 2008); expanded and reprinted in Equity Compensation for Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), NCEO, 1st ed. 2009.

Janich, Daniel. “Securities Law Considerations in Decision-Maker’s Guide to Equity Compensation.” NCEO, 1st ed. 2007; updated in 2nd ed. 2011.

Janich, Daniel. “A Tiered Approach to Equity Design with Multiple Equity Compensation Vehicles.” 16 The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance 29, Winter 2004; reprinted or updated in Beyond Stock Options (NCEO, 2nd ed. 2004 – 9th ed. 2011).

Janich, Daniel. “If Not Options, Then What? Equity Compensation in Today’s Economy.” Workspan, September 2003, pp. 26-32.

Janich, Daniel. “When Remarriage Muddies the Waters: QDROs & Surviving Spouse Protection.” 24 A.B.A. Sec. Pub. Family Advocate 39, Fall 2001; reprinted in 19 A.B.A. Sec. Pub. GP Solo 16, (March 2002).

Janich, Daniel. “Underwater Stock Options and Repricing Strategy: Is Your Company Drowning in Confusion?” 13 The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance 17 (Fall 2001); reprinted in Stock Options: Beyond the Basics, (NCEO, 2nd ed. 2003) and Selected Issues in Stock Options (NCEO, 1st ed. 2004); updated in 18 The Journal of Employee Ownership Law and Finance 53, Winter 2006; reprinted or updated in Selected Issues in Equity Compensation (NCEO, 3rd ed. 2006 – 8th ed. 2011).

Janich, Daniel. “2004-2005 Cumulative Supplements for Reporting and Disclosure, Substantive Regulation of Health Plans, and Civil Practice and Procedure.” Employee Benefits Law, Jane Kheel Stanley, ed. (BNA Books, 1st ed. 2000).

Janich, Daniel.  “Recent Changes to the Minimum Distribution Rules for Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans.” Profit Sharing (July/August 1998).

Janich, Daniel. “When Is An ActivitySubstantially Related’ to a Health Care Institution’s Tax-Exempt Purpose? (Pts. 1 & 2).” 20 Journal of Health and Hospital Law 145, September 1987, 20 Journal of Health and Hospital Law 193, November 1987.