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Trinity Health hospital to pay $107M to settle pension mismanagement lawsuit


The $107 million settlement is more than 13 times larger than the $8 million settlement reached by St. Louis-based Ascension Health and its workers in a similar suit in 2015. 57 more words

Estate of Barton v. ADT Security Servs. Pension Plan

Though the employee generally bears the burden of proving his eligibility for benefits under an ERISA plan, the plan or employer when proof is, or should be, in the employer’s records.  131 more words


Little River ERISA Suit against Blue Cross Proceeds

Here are the materials in Little River Band of Ottawa Indians and its Employee Welfare Plan v. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (E.D. Mich.): 7 more words

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

When CYA is Exposing Rather than Covering Your Assets

I recently had the privilege of attending the National Plan Advisors Association (NAPA) annual conference where some of the best and brightest minds in the retirement plan industry gather to discuss best practices, pending and recent legislation, and industry trends. 583 more words

ERISA Bond vs. Fiduciary Liability: You Need to Know the Difference

By Craig Santa Maria

If you provide a health or retirement plan for your employees, they expect it to be there when they need it. And if the people managing the plan act outside of the law, resulting in plan losses, they can be held personally liable to the plan members. 577 more words

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