ERISA Litigation Update: Retirement Services, Fee Sharing, and Fiduciary Violations
Created on November 17, 2020
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.
- Assess current and ongoing litigation trends
- Analyze retirement service arrangements and potential fiduciary violations
- Consider administrative exhaustion prior to filing litigation
- Review the status of state-sponsored retirement programs
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