Participants in a 401(k) plan run by AutoZone have sued Northern Trust, the plan's former investment adviser, alleging violations of ERISA.
A federal court judge has rejected most of Centerra and Aon's requests to dismiss ERISA claims filed against them by Centerra participants.
A federal judge in Ohio refused a request by L Brands Inc. to dismiss an ERISA lawsuit filed by a former employee.
ERISA fee litigation has driven up the cost and challenged the accessibility of fiduciary liability insurance for plan sponsors.
The New Jersey Division of Investment is looking to divest its holdings in Unilever PLC, the parent company of ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's.
The defined contribution industry hopes the Supreme Court's decision to hear an ERISA case will provide more clarity for lower courts.
Morningstar has found that a name can play a prominent role in the intrinsic nature of retirement income.
A federal judge dismissed a stock-drop lawsuit filed by DC plan participants against Kraft Heinz.
The DC industry wants more information on the potential impact of inflation, but sponsors aren’t in a crisis mode.
Target-date providers tackle inflation and risk using different approaches in their series of funds.
A U.S. District Court judge in New York has rejected a $79 million ERISA settlement involving participants in a DST Systems Inc. 401(k) plan.
Former participants allege that the medical institution and its fiduciaries failed to review the plan's investment portfolio with due care.
A participant in a 401(k) plan run by Juniper Networks sued the company and plan fiduciaries, alleging ERISA fiduciary breaches.
Participants in a 401(k) plan run by a successor to SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment filed suit, alleging a series of ERISA violations.
A federal judge rejected a petition to dismiss a lawsuit filed by former participants in an Amway 401(k) plan.
A judge ruled plaintiffs failed to make a case in their ERISA suit against PNC Financial Services Group and fiduciaries of its 401(k) plan.
A U.S. District Court judge rejected most arguments by Omnicom Group to dismiss an ERISA complaint alleging fiduciary breaches.
An appeals court upheld a decision by a District Court supporting two Great-West entities against claims the firms charged excessive fees.
Federal regulators are asking if more rules are needed for self-directed brokerage accounts, but the DC industry says they're unnecessary.
DC participants using self-directed brokerage accounts are older, earn higher salaries and have longer job tenure than other participants.
Parties in an ERISA lawsuit targeting Land O'Lakes and the fiduciaries of its 401(k) plan are seeking to mediate the dispute.
Some ERISA attorneys are using a Supreme Court ruling in a DB-plan case to seek dismissal of DC lawsuits — with little success so far.
A federal judge granted a dismissal on some but not all allegations of ERISA violations against Genentech and its Roche subsidiary.