Colony Capital founder Tom Barrack Jr. can work again after a judge agreed to ease restrictions on his movement and financial dealings.
A federal court judge has rejected most of Centerra and Aon's requests to dismiss ERISA claims filed against them by Centerra participants.
Insurers suggest a checklist of best practices for sponsors to make their plans less vulnerable to ERISA fee lawsuits.
A lawsuit against Juniper Networks over the pricing of a managed account could lead to similar suits.
The defined contribution industry hopes the Supreme Court's decision to hear an ERISA case will provide more clarity for lower courts.
Participants in a 401(k) plan run by a successor to SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment filed suit, alleging a series of ERISA violations.
An appeals court upheld a decision by a District Court supporting two Great-West entities against claims the firms charged excessive fees.
Tom Barrack pleaded not guilty to charges that he illegally lobbied the government on behalf of the UAE and lied to investigators about it.
Colony Capital founder Tom Barrack Jr. was arrested on charges of acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government.
Participants of 401(k) plans sponsored by AAA subsidiaries sued the affiliates, claiming breaches in fiduciary duties related to ERISA.
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.
Shares of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac cratered after the Supreme Court ruled the Federal Housing Finance Agency did not exceed its authority.
Several investor groups filed a complaint in U.S. District Court to vacate the SEC's shareholder proposal rule.
Citadel Securities reached a settlement in a lawsuit with a British hedge fund manager over the attempted hiring of a senior trader.
A participant in a 401(k) plan run by Royal Caribbean sued Russell for breach of fiduciary duties regarding investments in the plan.
CDI Corp. agreed to a $1.8 million settlement of a class-action ERISA lawsuit against the company alleging it violated its fiduciary duties.
A lawsuit charged Caesars Entertainment and Russell Investments breached their fiduciary duties in the management of Caesars 401(k) plan.
Participants in two Cornell University 403(b) plans are looking to resurrect allegations of ERISA violations previously dismissed.
A federal court rebuffed an attempt by Wells Fargo and others to dismiss an ERISA complaint filed by a participant in a company 401(k) plan.
A court denied a request for an injunction to halt Owl Rock Capital Partners' $12.5 billion merger with Dyal Capital Partners and a SPAC.
A judge rejected some requests for dismissal by Astellas and Aon regarding ERISA complaints by participants in an Astellas 401(k) plan.
Sterling Bancorp agreed to pay $12.5 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by the Oklahoma Police Pension & Retirement System.
St. Clair Shores Police and Fire Retirement filed a lawsuit against Credit Suisse related to its Greensill and Archegos relationships.
Former employees of ICON Clinical Research sued the company and fiduciaries alleging mismanagement of a company 401(k) plan.
A federal court rejected a claim by participants in Shell Oil Co.'s 401(k) plan that Fidelity's role as a record keeper made it a fiduciary.