Plan Expense Litigation - Some Surprising Developments

This article summarizes the then applicable law relating to plan expenses and describes some of the surprising results of the class action “excessive fee” litigation, including more powerful section 404(c) and statute of limitations defenses and the effect of heightened pleading standards.

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ERISA Fiduciary Breach Litigation - After LaRue

This article summarizes the Supreme Court’s decision in LaRue as well as the major cases that led up to the decision. The article also analyzes the legal implications of the Court’s decision and describes strategies for plan sponsors and fiduciaries to minimize the risk of lawsuits under section 502(a)(2) of ERISA.

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