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Employment & Licensing: Labor and Employee Benefits

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29 U.S.C. §504

29 U.S.C. §1111

Conviction of certain offenses disqualifies an individual from working in a wide range of capacities relating to a labor organization or employee benefit plan.

U.S.S.G. §5J1.1

Disqualification may be removed by a court or the United State Parole Commission in certain situations.

Viverito v. Levi, 395 F.Supp. 47 (N.D. Ill. 1975)

Federal district court decision noting that an individual disqualified from an employee benefit plan could pursue relief under U.S.S.G. §5J1.1.


Other pages in this section: Legal Overviews - Materials for Employers - Policy Reports & Recommendations - Occupational Licensing - Disparate Impact Claims Under Title VII - Sex Offender Restrictions - Parole and Probation Restrictions


Restrictions for Specific Jobs: Accounting - Banking - Childcare - Education - Firefighters - Gaming - Government Employment and Government Contracting - Health Professionals - Insurance - Labor and Employee Benefits - Long-Term Care - Military Service - Security Guard and Private Security - Transportation

Section overview: Employment & Licensing


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