Larry Jenab is a partner in Spencer Fane's Employee Benefits and ERISA Litigation groups. His practice emphasizes ERISA and other aspects of employee benefits law, including tax and fiduciary matters. He also has experience successfully litigating complex ERISA preemption and standing issues.
Before joining Spencer Fane, Larry served as Lecturer in Law at the University of Kansas, where he taught Civil Procedure. Larry also worked for the Japanese Ministry of Education, serving in Miyazaki Prefecture, where he taught high school English. Before his legal career, Larry attended the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA, where he studied guitar performance.
Larry's recent lecture topics include in-plan Roth conversions, employee wellness programs, ERISA health-plan reimbursement actions, cafeteria plans, and the correction of retirement plan qualification failures under the IRS's Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System ("EPCRS").
J.D., University of Kansas (C.C. Stewart Award for Graduating 1st in Class)
M.A., English, University of Kansas, with honors
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Distributions from Qualified Plans — Taxation and Qualification (Portfolio 370)
Qualified Plans - Taxation of Distributions discusses the income, excise, and withholding tax issues relating to various types of distributions made from qualified retirement plans.