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Pension Ben. Guar. Corp. v. Findlay Indus., Inc.

And now a brief historical aside, courtesy of the Sixth Circuit: When the Studebaker company collapsed in 1963, closing its South Bend, Ind. plant, it defaulted on its pension obligations to over 11,000 autoworkers, setting in motion a chain of events culminating in ERISA, the 1974 federal law that regulates private pension and health funds.


Tags: 2018, ERISA, Pensions, Sixth Circuit

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