NCCMP sometimes files amicus briefs in Federal court in support of important multiemployer plan issues. In the Court Corner, you will find copies of amicus briefs in pdf format beginning with amicus filings made in 2001.
From time to time, we may also add other court cases of interest to multiemployer plans.
NCCMP Amicus Curae Brief in Opposition to Motion of the Debtors in Hostess Brands, Inc. et al., Debtors. PDF
NCCMP Amicus Curae Brief in Support of Respondents in Merck v. Reynolds. PDF
NCCMP Amicus Curae Brief in Support of MAMSI in Sereboff v. MAMSI. PDF
Amicus Curae Brief in Support of Howard Delivery Service, Inc. in Howard Delivery Service, Inc. v. Zurich American Insurance Company. PDF
Brief Amicus Curiae in support of the Construction Laborers Pension Trust of So. California in Mora v. Construction Laborers Pension Trust of So. California. PDF
Brief Amicus Curiae of NCCMP in support of Construction Laborers Pension Trust for Southern California in Banuelos v. Construction Laborers Pension Trust for Southern California. PDF
Brief Amicus Curiae of NCCMP in support of Central Laborers' Pension Fund in Heinz v. Central Laborers Pension Fund. PDF
Brief Amicus Curiae of NCCMP in Solomon Langman V. Emanuel Laub, etal. PDF
Amicus Brief of NCCMP in Support of Donna Rae Engelhoff in Engelhoff v. Engelhoff. PDF
Good Reason #2 to Join the NCCMP
Just as we were successful in obtaining relief from Section 415 of the IRS Tax Code and other tax rules that place limits and restrictions on our pension benefits and we ensured that our plans benefit from the employer incentives to continue retiree prescription drug coverage contained in the 2003 Medicare prescription drug benefit program, the NCCMP has spearheaded the recent fight for temporary funding relief for troubled multiemployer defined benefit pension plans. Working together we can promote sensible tax policies and secure exemptions where they are needed for multiemployer plans.