If you are like a lot of people in California, you have a retirement fund that is governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. Since it was first enacted in 1974, this act has provided protection for countless employees by outlining the responsibilities of retirement plan administrators and sponsors. These responsibilities include communication with participants as well as protection of assets. The law also identifies activities that may be deemed as civil violations.
When making a homeowners' insurance claim, you trust the company you work with will find a satisfactory resolution to your problem. However, this is not always the case. Insurance claims are often denied, or pay out less than you're expecting. Nerdwallet explains some of the steps you can take to dispute a denied insurance claim.
Among the many benefits offered to employees by companies in California is the ability to participate in a retirement plan such as a 401K. These are often governed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. What many employees may not be aware of is that if they ever disagree with the benefits they are to receive under an ERISA plan, their employer might be able to dictate the court that would have jurisdiction over the matter with no regard whatsoever to the where the employee works or lives.