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Failure to Identify Sound Comparisons Sinks ERISA Fee, Investment Claims in Eighth Circuit

USA - October 19 2022 Plaintiffs must plead a “sound basis for comparison—a meaningful benchmark” — to sustain their claims of imprudent investment and excessive fee…

Elisabeth E. Constantino

DOL, Recordkeeper Square Off in Confidentiality Disputes

USA - June 23 2022 The DOL’s cybersecurity investigation into Alight Solutions, LLC, a retirement plan recordkeeper, has queued up court rulings on the reach of the…

Adam R. Carlisle

Allegedly Misclassified Independent Contractor Cannot Sue Under ERISA

USA - February 11 2022 A California district court recently foreclosed a former independent contractor’s claims for benefits from ERISA-governed plans when it found that…

Adam R. Carlisle

Heightened Litigation Risk Is Not A Basis to Shield Attorney-Fiduciary Communications in 401(k) Litigation

USA - February 9 2022 A Massachusetts District Court recently ordered defendants in an ERISA fiduciary breach case to produce certain communications with their in-house…

Sojung Jeong

Class Action Trends Report Fall 2021

USA - September 30 2021 In the latest issue of the Class Action Trends Report, Jackson Lewis attorneys discuss the emerging class action risks that arise at this stage of…

David R. Golder, Brett M. Anders, Justin R. Barnes, Alison Crane, Todd R. Dobry, Mia Farber, Elizabeth S. Gerling, Adam Lounsbury, Eric R. Magnus, Lisa A. Milam, Kirsten A. Milton, Paul Patten, Scott M. Pechaitis, Abraham N. Saiger, T. Chase Samples, Michael D. Thomas