Lawyers at some of the nation’s largest law firms expect a sharp rise in legal work following the recent passage of a pension reform law that makes broad changes to employee retirement programs.

Specifically, lawyers in tax, trusts and estates, and employee benefits anticipate that the law, called the Pension Protection Act of 2006, could bring more legal work from employers looking to overhaul the retirement plans they offer to employees.

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