NJ Labor Lawyer Addresses Trustees at Union Benefit Fund Conference

April 15, 2005 — Ira C. Miller, Esq., chairman of the labor & employment department at the New Jersey law firm of Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman speaks tonight to the Annual Trustees Conference of the New Jersey Plumbers & Pipefitters Benefit Funds and Mechanical Contractors Association of New Jersey held a the Seaview Resort in Absecon, New Jersey.

Mr. Miller, who also serves as an adjunct professor at Rutgers University Institute of Labor and Management Relations and a member of the labor committee in the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), will address the trustees on the topic of “Trustee and Union Obligations to Notify Participants of Contractor Delinquencies Under ERISA Fiduciary Responsibility and National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) Duty Affairs Representation”.

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman lawyers represent more than 25 New Jersey labor union locals, trade councils and employee benefit funds, including the Plumbers & Pipefitters Local #9. In addition to representing unions and union members on all employment related matters since 1929, attorneys at the New Jersey law firm have represented union members for workers’ compensation, personal injury, estate planning, real estate transactions and family law.

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman has earned the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating of “AV” and maintains client service offices in Princeton, Mt. Holly and Nutley, NJ.

Mr. Miller graduated Rutgers University (J.D., 1970; BA, 1967, Phi Beta Kappa, Suma Cum Laude, Henry Rutgers Scholar), has practiced labor and employment law in New Jersey for 34 years in the firm, and resides in Pennington, NJ.

For further information on Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman or the labor unions and employee benefit funds represented by the New Jersey law firm, please contact Mr. Ira C. Miller, Esq. at 609-520-0900 or visit www.pralaw.com.

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