Mr. Schiller has served as an adjunct professor, teaching pension and ERISA courses, at Wayne State University Law School and the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law, and has taught in Oakland University’s Legal Assistant Program, Certified Employee Benefits Specialist Program, and Certified Financial Planner Program.

Mr. Schiller has authored “Proposed ERISA Vesting Regulations: Not What They Seem To Be” in the Journal of Corporation Law (1981), which was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Alessi v. Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc., 451 U.S. 503, 513 fn. 10 (1981).  He also has authored pension articles that have appeared in the Michigan Tax Lawyer (published by the Section of Taxation of the State Bar of Michigan), in Laches (the Journal of the Oakland County Bar Association) and in Michigan Forward (published by the Michigan Chamber of Commerce), and has served as Employee Benefits Current Developments Editor for the Tax Lawyer (published by the Taxation Section of the American Bar Association).