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The last year has been unprecedented in the world of ERISA litigation. The first 401(k) fee case went to trial and the Supreme Court handed down a decision in Hardt v. Reliance that expanded plaintiffs' ability to recover attorneys' fees when plan administrators fail to follow proper procedure in reviewing a claim for benefits. Corporate scandals, major bankruptcies, and a volatile stock market have resulted in billions of dollars in retirement plan losses - all contributing to mounting discontent by employees and a corresponding increase in scrutiny by the plaintiffs' bar. Throw in ever expanding theories of fiduciary liability, a recessionary economy in recovery, the growing retirement age demographic and the still unknown implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and it becomes evident that in defending and managing these complex claims, counsel and insurers face distinct issues. Topics covered included:
Robert P. Davis
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