A former employee of General Mills on Tuesday dropped her ERISA lawsuit against the company and the fiduciaries of the company's 401(k) plan.
The plaintiff, Samina K. Yasmin, and defendants provided no explanation, according to a brief order of dismissal written Tuesday by Chief Judge Patrick J. Schlitz of the U.S. District Court in Minneapolis.
The judge's order for dismissal with prejudice means the complaint cannot be refiled in his court in the case of Yasmin vs. General Mills Inc. et al.
The plaintiff sued in October 2022, accusing the defendants of charging excessive record-keeping fees and failing to replace its record keeper, Alight Solutions. Alight wasn't a defendant.
The General Mills 401(k) Plan, Minneapolis, had assets of $4.82 billion as of Dec. 31, 2021, according to the latest Form 5500.