ERISA Litigation Forum: Puzzled by Recent ERISA Decisions? We Put the Pieces Together.
The past several months have seen a rash of decisions in 401(k) plan excessive fees litigation, including the Supreme Court's refusal to grant review in Hecker v. Deere & Co., the rulings of the Second and Eighth Circuits in Taylor v. United Technologies and Braden v. Wal-Mart, and district court decisions in Tibble v. Edison, Ruppert v. Principal Life, George v. Kraft Foods Global, Inc., and several others.
Stock-drop ERISA litigation has also been active, with the court in In re Washington Mutual, Inc. Securities, Derivative & ERISA Litigation, refusing to dismiss a stock-drop case, and several contrasting rulings that demonstrate how high the bar is for plaintiffs in these cases after Ashcroft v. Iqbal and Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly.
Please join us for this complimentary one-hour teleconference as our Paul Hastings ERISA lawyers examine these decisions and what they mean for employers and plan fiduciaries.
Paul Hastings speakers will include:
Grace Carter - Partner, San Francisco
Caroline Elkin - Associate, Los Angeles
Scott Flicker - Partner, Washington, D.C.
DATETuesday, March 2, 2010
TIME12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Eastern
RSVPby Friday, February 26, 2010to Kristi Sadler at
A confirmation with dial-in instructions will be emailed prior to the teleconference. CLE credit pending approval.