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ERISA Litigation Update: Retirement Services, Fee Sharing, and Fiduciary Violations

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Produced on November 17, 2020

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Course Information

Time 1h 10m
Difficulty Intermediate
Topics covered in this course: Labor & Employment Employee Benefits

Course Description

In this program, ERISA and employee benefits attorney Erika M. Medina will review cases affecting employee retirement plans filed and decided in the second half of 2020. The program will analyze cases affecting fee-sharing arrangements, proprietary services and investments, administrative exhaustion, and ERISA preemption. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Assess current and ongoing litigation trends
  2. Analyze retirement service arrangements and potential fiduciary violations
  3. Consider administrative exhaustion prior to filing litigation
  4. Review the status of state-sponsored retirement programs

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Erika M. Medina

Medina, PC

Erika M. Medina, Esq. is the founder of Medina, PC, 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. 

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New York and New Jersey


Nancy S.

Program and faculty were good, but the topic was over the head of a novice to this area of law. Definitely intermediate or advanced, not beginner.

Claire M.

Great job!

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