Courts Expand on Rules Regarding the Protection of Retirement Plan Assets

January 13, 2022 Published Works
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Verrill partner Christopher S. Lockman, was recently featured in Rebecca Moore’s Courts Expand on Rules Regarding the Protection of Retirement Plan Assets article for PLANSPONSOR. In the article, Lockman discusses the effects of bankruptcy, specifically ‘how a debtor’s interests in their assets freeze’, the creation of a bankruptcy estate and how retirement savings could be impacted. Two recent cases are explored within the article providing readers with a more in-depth analysis on these matters.

Click here to read the entirety of this article on plansponsor.com.

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