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Severance Planning During an Economic Boom - Are We Nuts?

USA - October 24 2018 With the economy humming along and unemployment at historic lows, it seems a strange time for a blog post about severance plans. This is the ideal...

DOL Releases First Wave of FAQs on Fiduciary Rule

USA - October 28 2016 On October 27, the US Department of Labor (DOL) released a long-awaited frequently asked questions (FAQs) document regarding the fiduciary rule, as...

Lauren E. Ridley, Michael B. Richman, Daniel R. Kleinman, Lindsay B. Jackson.

The final DOL Fiduciary Ruleconsiderations for plan sponsors

USA - June 14 2016 On April 6, after a long (and some might say tortured) process, the US Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule revising the definition of who...

Amber N. Roberts, Michael B. Richman, Robert L. Abramowitz, Brian J. Dougherty, Julie K. Stapel.

DOL issues new guidance on economically targeted investments

USA - November 5 2015 The guidance clarifies that environmental, social, and governance factors may be relevant to a plan fiduciary's evaluation of an investment's...

Michael B. Richman, Lindsay B. Jackson.

Threshold issues raised by DOL’s proposed fiduciary rule

USA - June 17 2015 The Department of Labor's (DOL's) recently reproposed rule "Definition of the Term 'Fiduciary'; Conflict of Interest Rule - Investment Advice" deals...

Michael B. Richman.