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The Supreme Court Defines Actual Knowledge

USA - February 26 2020 In a closely watched decision, Intel Corporation Investment Policy Committee v. Sulyma, Slip Op. No. 18-1116 (U.S. S. Ct., Feb. 26, 2020), construing…

COBRA Notice Litigation: Cases Are Mushrooming and Settlements Are, Too

USA - March 2 2020 Imagine something as simple as a COBRA notice that complies with law, but is not identical to the Department of Labor’s (DOL) model notice, leading…

Stacey C.S. Cerrone, Suzanne G. Odom.

United States District Court Dismisses 401(k) Plan Recordkeeper Fee Complaint

USA - August 16 2021 Recently, the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania granted a Motion to Dismiss, dismissing ERISA breach of fiduciary…

Lesley Pietras.

Seventh Circuit revives state law claims against executives acting as “dual-hat” fiduciaries

USA - August 9 2021 The Seventh Circuit ruled recently that ERISA does not preempt certain state law claims against directors and officers because ERISA’s text and…

Hardev S. Chhokar.

ERISA Claims: How Can Benefits Be An Employer’s Burden?

USA - May 5 2021 Employers should develop and implement the most compliant and risk adverse benefits plans, but the Plaintiff’s bar will still search for loopholes…

Stacey C.S. Cerrone.