Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
Los Angeles, California OfficeView all offices
1800 Century Park East, Suite 1400
Los Angeles, California
(Los Angeles Co.)
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About this office:
Drinker Biddle & Reath handles complex and sophisticated business transactions and litigates many of the most important legal challenges our clients face. Our 150-year practice history is marked by service to clients, the public and the bar, with an extraordinary tradition in leadership of legal ethics. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Drinker Biddle's lawyers serve clients from twelve offices across the U.S.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Environmental Law; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Products Liability; Real Estate; Labor and Employment.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
DOL Proposed Regulation on 408(b)(2) “Guide” - Impact on Service Providers
Bruce L. Ashton,Bradford P. Campbell,Joan M. Neri,Fred Reish,Joshua J. Waldbeser, March 24, 2014
The Department of Labor has issued its long-anticipated proposal to amend the 408(b)(2) regulation. If adopted, the proposal will require covered service providers to furnish responsible plan fiduciaries (referred to as “plan sponsors” for simplicity) with a guide to their disclosures.
California Employers: What You Need to Know for 2014
Alexis Burgess,Kate S. Gold, January 3, 2014
All employers with operations in California should be aware of the following new legislation, which, unless otherwise noted, goes into effect in California on January 1, 2014:
Federal Court Issues Unfavorable Ruling for Church Pension Plan Sponsors
Theodore M. Becker,Joseph C. Faucher,Mark E. Furlane,Joshua J. Waldbeser,David L. Wolfe, December 19, 2013
On December 12, 2013, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California ruled in Rollins v. Dignity Health that a pension plan sponsored by a large tax-exempt health care system does not satisfy ERISA’s exemption for “church plans.” This case is one of the five...