A federal judge rejected for the second time a petition by BBVA Compass Bancshares to throw out an ERISA complaint.
A former participant in a 401(k) plan run by Principal Life Insurance says the company failed to provide better investment choices.
A participant in a Natixis Investment Managers 401(k) plan sued the company, alleging ERISA violations, including "unlawful self-dealing."
After five years and two trips to the U.S. Supreme Court, a lawsuit against fiduciaries of an IBM 401(k) plan has been tentatively settled.
Golub Capital is asking a judge to block a deal that would result in part owner Dyal merging with an arch rival to form Blue Owl.
Cerner Corp. agreed to pay $4.1 million to settle ERISA allegations by former participants in the company's 401(k) plan.
Raytheon Co. agreed to pay $59.2 million to settle an ERISA complaint filed by a retiree who said officials improperly calculated benefits.
Three more former and current PIMCO female employees have alleged sexual harassment and discrimination in an updated suit against the firm.
General Motors agreed to pay $5.8 million to settle claims that it made false statements to investors, which included CalPERS and CalSTRS.
A court cleared the way for a trial to assess whether fiduciaries of a T. Rowe Price Group 401(k) plan violated terms of ERISA.
A court again dismissed a complaint by a participant in Abbott Laboratories 401(k) plan over losses she incurred due to identity theft.
A federal appeals court in Washington allowed an ERISA complaint by participants in two Georgetown University 403(b) plans to continue.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed against sponsors of the U.S. Roche 401(k) Savings Plan.
Former TPG Capital executive Bill McGlashan is the latest parent to plead guilty in the U.S. college admissions scandal.
Rules from the SEC aimed at modernizing market data infrastructure are being challenged by U.S. stock exchanges in a federal appeals court.
A federal appeals court upheld a dismissal of claims that GE officials violated ERISA in managing a GE stock fund within its 401(k) plan.
The Department of Labor is no longer backing a twice-dismissed challenge to the CalSavers program by a state taxpayers group.
An association of independent Coca-Cola bottlers has been accused of ERISA violations in the management of its 401(k) plan.
Plaintiffs filed 334 securities class-action cases in federal and state courts in 2020, a 22% reduction from the 427 cases filed in 2019.
Current and former female employees of PIMCO claimed gender discrimination in a letter urging the firm to make changes for fairer treatment.
A court dismissed claims by two participants in Intel retirement plans, finding their allegations of ERISA breaches were insufficient.
Participants in a 401(k) plan run by Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. sued the company and its fiduciaries, alleging ERISA violations.
Takeda Pharmaceuticals was named in a lawsuit alleging it mismanaged investment options in the drug company's 401(k) plan.
University of Pennsylvania agreed to pay $13 million to settle case that alleged ERISA violations in a 403(b) plan.
Participants in a DST Systems 401(k) plan secured a $79 million payment to settle ERISA complaint against the plan and others.