- Are We At a “Tipping Point’ in ERISA Fiduciary Litigation?
- Unintended Consequences: Financial Advisers and Potential Liability Issues Under State Fiduciary Laws
- Don’t Poke the Bear: Nevada Rains on Anti-Fiduciary Rule Parade
- Transparency Is the Best Sunlight: Four Due Diligence Questions Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants Should Ask
- Sleeping With the Enemy: DOL’s Betrayal of Plan Participants and Retirees
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A Better Mousetrap?: A New Format for Plaintiffs’ Complaints in ERISA Fiduciary Breach/Excessive Fee Cases?
My two most recent posts on this blog have dealt with recent decisions involving ERISA fiduciary breach cases alleging excessive fees in 401(k) plans. To avoid a possible false sense of security within the investment industry, the posts also discussed … Continue reading
Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored. – Aldous Huxley In an earlier post, I discussed the benefits of controlling the controllable aspects of investing. Investors cannot control the performance of the markets. Investment fiduciaries are not … Continue reading