Last September, I blogged on a "Securities Law Trap for 401(k) Plan Fiduciaries" that we have seen lead to litigation against 401(k) Plan fiduciaries – who often are corporate executives – from time to time (that month it was a Sixth Circuit case finding a potential breach of ERISA fiduciary duty where a company's summary plan description (SPD) incorporated by reference certain SEC filings, which filings were alleged to be inaccurate). Today Broc posted a podcast discussion between he and I in which we give more details – if you are interested. If not, have a great weekend.