Cintas petitioned the Supreme Court to end the confusion over whether ERISA cases should be handled in court or by arbitration.
A recent spate of ERISA lawsuits criticizing a BlackRock target date series, if successful, could encourage performance-chasing, Morningstar said.
A judge rejected a lawsuit by a participant in a Goldman Sachs 401(k) plan who accused plan fiduciaries of violating ERISA by mismanaging the plan.
New York City Retirement Systems called on Apple Inc. to commission a study of its employment practices, such as collective bargaining rights.
An appeals court ruled in favor of Principal Life Insurance Co. in a lawsuit alleging ERISA violations in a group annuity contract in a 401(k) plan.
A judge rebuffed a petition by GKN North America Services to dismiss an ERISA lawsuit against the company filed by 401(k) plan participants.
Former employees sued TTEC Services Corp. and its 401(k) plan fiduciaries, alleging several violations of ERISA in their plan management.
Former employees of CMFG Life Insurance Co. sued the company and fiduciaries alleging ERISA violations over a BlackRock target-date series.
Former Swiss Re 401(k) participants sued plan fiduciaries and corporate entities, alleging ERISA fiduciary breaches over record-keeping fees.
Ten employers and their retirement plan fiduciaries were recently sued for alleged ERISA violations because they offer the BlackRock LifePath Index target-date funds.
Lawsuits focusing on a BlackRock target-date series criticize 10 sponsors for pursuing low-fee investments at the expense of performance.
Former employees of Marsh & McLennan sued the company, alleging ERISA violations over retaining a BlackRock target-date series in a retirement plan.
Microsoft Corp., Genworth Financial Inc. and their retirement plan fiduciaries have been sued over offering a BlackRock index target-date funds.
Participants in six 401(k) plans sued their employers for allegedly violating ERISA by offering an underperforming BlackRock target-date fund series.
A judge rejected a request by MetLife to dismiss a lawsuit by 401(k) plan participants who accused plan executives and fiduciaries of violating ERISA.
Lower fees, reduced investment minimums and more education have enabled CITs to be offered in midsize and smaller DC plans.
Despite job changes and retirements, rollover IRAs haven't grabbed retirement market share from defined contribution plans in recent years.
A participant in a 401(k) plan run by Cook Group Inc. sued the company and plan fiduciaries, alleging a series of ERISA violations.
Stable value investing depends on how participants perceive the stock market, bond market, money markets and interest rates.
A judge dismissed an ERISA complaint against Capital One Financial by a 401(k) plan participant who alleged ERISA violations.