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Pensions Still Cloud Stockton Bankruptcy Exit
Unions Want to Use $100M in Federal Housing Relief Money to Plug Detroit Pension Hole
Detroit Pension Deal Approved by One Retirement System
Supreme Court Justices on the Edge About Protections for Inherited IRAs in Bankruptcy
Detroit's Revised Bankruptcy Exit Plan Would Increase Pain for Some Retirees
Supreme Court Argument Preview: Scope of Protections for Retirement Funds in Bankruptcy Squarely at Issue
Protecting Private Wealth: Recent Bankruptcy Cases Involving Tuition Payments and Profit Sharing Plans
Once Bankrupt, City of Vallejo Still Can't Afford Its Pricey Pensions
Eleventh Circuit: Bankruptcy Trustee Could Not Sue Bankrupt Company's Former Owner for Terminated Plan Liabilities
Text of Amicus Brief Addressing Treatment of Inherited Retirement Accounts in Bankruptcy (PDF)
Detroit Bankruptcy Plan Includes Deep Pension Cuts, Eliminates COLAs
Post-Bankruptcy Detroit to Keep Defined Benefit Pension Plan
Detroit Files Plan to Restructure Debt, Leave Bankruptcy
[Opinion] 2014 Facts: State and Municipal Bankruptcy, Municipal Bonds, and State and Local Pensions (PDF)
Does Bankruptcy Protection Extend to Inherited IRAs? (PDF)
Michigan Governor Offers Pension Aid to Detroit, with Conditions
Michigan Lawmakers Weigh Aid for Detroit on Pensions
11th Circuit Discredits Company's Intent for Pension Claim
What to Do About Employee Benefits When the Company Is Headed Towards Insolvency
Detroit's Emergency Manager Opts to Delay Pension Freeze
Detroit Pension Funds Can Go Straight to U.S. Appeals Court
District Court Order Grants CalPERS Motion for Leave to Appeal to Ninth Circuit on San Bernardino Bankruptcy (PDF)
Are City Fiscal Woes Widespread? Are Pensions the Cause? (PDF)
[Opinion] Allowing Detroit to Cut Retirees' Pensions is 'Unprecedented and Unconscionable'
Detroit Judge's Denial of Special Protections for Pensions May Have Wider Implications
[Opinion] Illinois Slays Its Pension Dragon?
[Opinion] Detroit's Bankruptcy Breakthrough: Pension Impairment Allowed by Judge
Detroit Is Ruled Eligible for Bankruptcy, No Special Protections for Pensions
Detroit Retirees Got Extra Interest After Their Guaranteed 7.9%
Supreme Court to Chart Fate of Inherited IRAs in Bankruptcy
Bankrupt San Bernardino to Dispute Debt with CalPERS
Judge Dismisses CalPERS Appeal of San Bernardino Bankruptcy
Detroit Agreement with EMTs, Paramedics Union Would Freeze Pension Plan, Restructure Health Benefits
An Analysis of the Treatment of Employee Pension and Wage Claims in Insolvency and Under Guarantee Schemes in OECD Countries
No Ceasefire in CalPERS War with San Bernardino
Retiree Health Care, Not Pension Shortfall, a Core Reason for Detroit Bankruptcy
Pensions Spared as Stockton Prepares to Exit Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy Judge Presses Detroit Emergency Manager Over Proposed Pension Cuts
CalPERS Files Notice of Appeal in San Bernardino Bankruptcy
Judge Hints Bankruptcy Code Does Not Provide Preferred Status to Detroit Pension Funds
CalPERS to Appeal Ruling Allowing San Bernardino to File for Bankruptcy
Fixing California: Troubled Cities Must Reckon with Stockton's Deal
Pension Withdrawal Liability Is Dischargeable in Bankruptcy
Detroit Pension Funds' 13th Check Approved by Judge, But Retirees Shouldn't Count the Money Yet
Federal Judge Lifts Stay on Suit Over Extra Detroit Pension Checks
Stockton May Dodge Pension Battle If Deals Hold
Detroit Pension Proposal Would Push Workers, Retirees Into 401(k) Plan, Shut Out New Employees
Stockton Releases Bankruptcy Plan; CalPERS Payments Unaffected
Detroit Spent Billions Extra on Pensions
Former U.S. Auto Czar Ron Bloom to Advise Detroit Retirees
Peabody Says It No Longer Owes Benefits to Patriot Retirees
Detroit Considers Pushing Its Retirees Into Health Exchanges
Kodak Leaves Bankruptcy Behind with its Pensions Intact
Nearly $1 Billion in Bonuses Paid from Ailing Detroit Pension Fund
Withdrawal Liability Can Be Discharged in Bankruptcy: Good Thing to Know
[Opinion] Lessons from San Bernardino Bankruptcy
Preserving Some Portion of the Non-Qualified Plan Benefits of a Bankrupt Company
[Opinion] CalPERS Statement on San Bernardino Bankruptcy Ruling
San Bernardino Gets Bankruptcy Protection
Judge Speeds Hearing on Detroit Bankruptcy Eligibility But Delays Pension Issues

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