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Stockton Bankruptcy's Unsettled Pension Legacy
Stockton Bankruptcy Ruling Cuts CalPERS Down To Size
CalPERS Paid Lawyers $7 Million in Bankruptcies
The Link Between Corporate Pensions and Financial Distress
Text of Bankruptcy Court Opinion Confirming Stockton Bankruptcy Plan and Determining Status of CalPERS (PDF)
Creditor to Oppose San Bernardino Bankruptcy Plan Favoring CalPERS
[Opinion] Tug of War: Pension Plan Participants vs. Bankruptcy Claimants
American Airlines Asks for Further Deferral of Pension Contributions
Vallejo First to Test No Pension Cut in Bankruptcy
San Bernardino Will Not Cut Pensions, Restarts Skipped CalPERS Payments
Let's Go, Broncos: Retiree Group Seeks Appeal of Detroit Pension Cuts
[Opinion] Stockton Highlights Nationwide Risk of Conflict Between Muni Investors and Public Sector Unions
Appeal Threatens Stockton Bankruptcy Ruling on Pensions
Detroit's Bankruptcy Plan: A Phoenix Emerges
Bankrupt San Bernardino Repaying Millions in Arrears to CalPERS
Text of District Court Opinion: Wife's Claim for Share of Husband's Retirement Plan Was Included in Her Bankruptcy Estate Because Not Reduced to a QDRO at Time of Bankruptcy Filing (PDF)
Bankruptcy Judge Explains Hurdles to Potential Pension Cuts by Municipalities
Judge Approves Stockton Bankruptcy Plan; Worker Pensions Safe
Stockton's Pension-Protecting Bankruptcy Plan Approved
Stockton Bankruptcy Ruling Will Decide Fate of Public Pensions in California
Detroit Pension Debt Holders End Last Objection to Plan
A New Trend in Reducing Public Pension Obligations Under the Federal Bankruptcy Code?
Bankruptcy Judge: Trump Can Stop Paying for Healthcare and Pensions of Union Employees of Trump Taj Mahal Casino
[Opinion] Cities Could Save Pensions in Bankruptcy
[Opinion] Statement by CalPERS CEO on Pensions in Bankruptcy
[Opinion] A CalPERS Comeuppance: Welcome to the Hotel California
[Opinion] Bankruptcy Judge Lights Fuse with Stockton Pension Ruling
Bankruptcy Judge: Trump Entertainment Can't Stop Funding Union Pension Plan
Bankruptcy Judge Says CalPERS Pensions Can Be Cut
How Safe Is Your Retirement Nest Egg from Creditors?
Detroit Consultant Says Worker Savings Accounts Drained Pensions
Judge Denies Claims by Retirement Plan Participants for Plan Investments Tied to Madoff
Delaware Bankruptcy Court: Section 363(f) Bars ERISA Successor Liability Claims
[Opinion] Detroit Bankruptcy Reveals Virtues of the Defined Contribution Retirement Plan Model
[Opinion] Supreme Court Disregards ERISA and Goes Further Astray in Applying Bankruptcy Law to Retirement Assets
Detroit to Sell Millions in New Debt to Settle Bankruptcy
Recent Supreme Court Case Highlights New Concerns in Naming IRA Beneficiary
[Opinion] Stockton's Bankruptcy and Pension Reform: Limited Options
Does the Supreme Court's Bankruptcy Decision Affect IRAs Inherited by Spouses?
Detroit Retirees Approve Pension Cuts by a Landslide
[Opinion] Detroit's New Hybrid Plan Solution?
Frustrated Detroit Workers Question Hybrid Pension Plan
San Bernardino Cuts Deal to Pay CalPERS Debt
Detroit Rolls Out New Model: A Hybrid Pension Plan
Inherited IRAs Are Not Bankruptcy-Exempt as 'Retirement Funds'
Supreme Court Decision Impacts Inherited IRAs (PDF)
Supreme Court Allows Creditors to Tap Into Inherited IRA Money
Detroit to Workers: Retiring Now Won't Prevent Pension Cuts
Stockton Bankruptcy Judge Considers Pension Cuts
Stockton Bankruptcy Judge to Decide If CalPERS Should Bear Part of Losses
Text of Amicus Brief by CalPERS Supporting Appeals by Retirees in Detroit Bankruptcy Case (PDF)
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

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