Litigation affecting employee benefit plans continues to expand in 2020. This program, taught by ERISA and employee benefits attorney Erika M. Medina, will review cases establishing litigation trends, setting precedent, and redefining employee benefit plan administration. The course will focus on litigation affecting fiduciary duties, excessive fees, and investment performance.
Erika M. Medina, Esq. is the founding member of Medina, P.C., and is an ERISA and employee benefits attorney. Ms. Medina counsels clients on the operation and administration of employee pension and welfare benefit plans and focuses her practice on plan design, governance, and administration, fiduciary duties, and prohibited transactions. Ms. Medina’s experience includes working at the US Department of Labor, a national brokerage/consulting firm, and a regional law firm.
New York and New Jersey
Interesting summary of some of the recent developments in ERISA litigation.
The speaker tried to explain a topic which is not real exciting . The program did provide some information that is useful.
Excellent presentation, and enjoyed the questions answered at the close of the course.
Interested at work in erisa
The instructor had a deep knowledge of the material and delivered the topic clearly and with enlightening examples.