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Collection of Criminal Fine Does Not Violate Anti-Alienation Provision of ERISA
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Jan. 13, 2006

Excerpt: United States District Courts across the country have found that MVRA permits courts to consider ERISA protected assets in determining appropriate fines and restitution. Nothing in the text of the ERISA anti-alienation provision suggests that it needs to be specifically cited to in MVRA to justify such interpretation.

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