You may find some additional material relating to this area of the
law through the following links. Neither the Section nor the MSBA vouches
for the accuracy or reliability of any of the materials on any of these
pages for any specific purpose. Anyone with a significant question about
their legal rights or the law's application to a concrete situation
important to them should consult a lawyer.
- The American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Employees site includes some laypersons' guides
on employee benefits.
- The National Employee
Benefits Home Page, including links to U.S. government documents
- The Benefits-L Mailing
List, maintained by Prof. Richard Hannah, Middle Tennessee State University.
To subscribe, click on the underlined mail-to link ("Benefits-L"),
& put in the text of your e-mail to its address just the following:
subscribe benefits-L FirstName LastName, using your first and last names
(not your e-mail address; the computer to which you're sending the e-mail
will get your address automatically from your e-mail message's header).
The lists' subscribers produce about 10-20 messages a day.
- Benefits Link Home Page
edited by employee benefits attorney David R. Baker.
- The U.S. Department of Labor's Pension
and Welfare Benefit Administration information page.