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What's New in ERISA Litigation?

January 13, 2008

U.S. Supreme Court Addresses the Role of Inherent Conflict in Level of Deference to be Accorded Plan Administrator.

Written by Steve Herman
January 13, 2008

U.S. Fourth Circuit Affirms Both Statutory and Article III Standing of Former Cashed Out Employees Who Remain “Participants” in Defined Contribution Benefit Plans.

Written by Steve Herman
January 13, 2008

U.S. Supreme Court Allows 502(a)(2) Action for Fiduciary Breach to Recover Losses to Participant’s Portion of 401(k) Plan.

Written by Steve Herman
January 13, 2008

Sixth Circuit Holds that Participants in Defined Contribution Plan Have Standing to Sue under Section 502(a)(2) for Losses to the Plan.

Written by Steve Herman
October 1, 2007

Ninth Circuit Rules that Article III Prevents Participants and Beneficiaries from Suing for Relief on Behalf of their Plans under ERISA Section 502(a)(2) and/or (a)(3).

Written by Steve Herman
September 20, 2007

Sixth Circuit Rejects Participant Standing Under Section 502(a)(2) for Article III Purposes, But Confirms Standing under Section 502(a)(3) for Injunctive and Equitable Relief.

Written by Steve Herman
September 4, 2007

Third Circuit Rejects Requirement of “Proportionality” in Court-Awarded Fees.

Written by Steve Herman
August 23, 2007

Seventh Circuit Clarifies the Meaning of De Novo Review.

Written by Steve Herman
August 1, 2007

Fourth Circuit Affirms Decision in Favor of U.S. Air Officers and Directors in Breach of Fiduciary Duty Case.

Written by Steve Herman
January 13, 2007

The Sixth Circuit Allows Participant of Now-Defunct Plan to Sue under Section 502(a)(2).

Written by Steve Herman