July 12, 2012
Call for Papers: 2013 ERISA Conference: Regulation of Benefit Plans: The Most Consequential Subject to Which No One Pays Enough Attention
The co-organizers of the 2013 ERISA Conference, Dana Muir (Michigan Business) and Andrew Stumpff (Michigan Law) have issued a Call for Papers for Regulation of Benefit Plans: The Most Consequential Subject to Which No One Pays Enough Attention.
The conference is scheduled to take place on Friday, March 22, 2013 at the University of Michigan, Stephen M. Ross School of Business.
The conference organizes welcome your ideas and paper proposals. They also plan to have a lunch roundtable to discuss the disconnect between the perception people have of ERISA as a narrow field and its actual importance and breadth. Their goal is to develop strategies to remedy the misperception.
Here are some important dates for the conference:
1. September 21, 2012. Please submit an abstract of 150-250 words and an outline of up to 3 pages to both Dana and Andrew via email (firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com).
2. October 5, 2012. Dana and Andrew will notify people of decisions on acceptance. They hope that if your paper is accepted that you are able to commit on October 5 to finishing it by March 1 and presenting it on March 22.
For further information contact either Dana (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrew (email@example.com).
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