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Check it Out – Article in WSJ, "401(k)s Tweak How They Charge for Expenses" Featuring ERISA Litigation Speaker, Stephen Rosenberg

By Anne Tergesen, Published on The Wall Street Journal on May 20, 2016 As fees on 401(k) retirement plans decline, more employers are changing the way they apportion the plans’ administrative expenses among participants. [Read More] Related Event Stephen Rosenberg will be moderating the panel “The View From the Bench on Litigating ERISA Claims and…

ERISA Litigation: Q&A with Conference Speaker Ron Peppe

Ron Peppe, Vice President Legal & Human Resources, Canam Steel Corporation, will be speaking at ACI’s 12 National Forum on ERISA Litigation, Monday, June 27 to Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at the Omni San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. In anticipation of the conference, check out our recent Q&A session with Ron Peppe. 1. After Amara and Montanile, what is…

ERISA Litigation: Q&A with Conference Speaker Michelle L. Roberts

  Michelle L. Roberts, Partner, Springer & Roberts, LLP, will be speaking at ACI’s 12 National Forum on ERISA Litigation, Monday, June 27 to Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at the Omni San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. In anticipation of the conference, check out our recent Q&A session with Michelle L. Roberts. 1. After Amara and Montanile, what is appropriate…

ACI's 12th National Forum on ERISA LITIGATION, Monday, June 27 to Tuesday, June 28, 2016, The Omni San Francisco Hotel, San Francisco, CA.

The premier ERISA litigation conference’s West Coast installment, led by an unparalleled faculty of in-house counsel, federal judges, and the top outside counsel plaintiff and defense litigators and firms.   Click here for more information and to view the full agenda – http://americanconference.com/erisawest 

What Amgen and Tackett Tell Us About ERISA Litigation Trend Lines

By Mark Casciari,  Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Published by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on February 1, 2016 Two recent Supreme Court decisions, and a recent Sixth Circuit analysis on remand from the Supreme Court, offer a roadmap of sorts on ERISA litigation. In both decisions, the Supreme Court did away with presumptions, and at the same time…

Supreme Court’s ‘Montanile’ Decision Makes Waves

By  John Manganaro, Published on PLANADVISERdash on January 21, 2016 The U.S. Supreme Court case Montanile v. Board of Trustees of the National Elevator Industry Health Benefit Plan did not gain much attention before reaching the top federal court, but now that the case has been decided, ERISA attorneys are warning of significant potential impacts. [Read More] Related Event…

Wage & Hour Claims & Class Actions Q&A with Conference Speaker Michael W. Hawkins

Michael W. Hawkins, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, will be speaking at ACI’s National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims & Class Actions, Thursday, January 28 to Friday, January 29, 2016 at The Viceroy Miami in Miami, FL.  In anticipation of the conference, check out our recent Q&A session with Michael Hawkins and Michael B. Mattingly: How will Obama’s Proposed FLSA Revisions to…

ERISA Litigation: Q&A with Speaker Stephen Rosenberg

  Stephen Rosenberg, Of Counsel, The Wagner Law Group will be speaking at our October 26th-27 ERISA Litigation Forum in New York City. In anticipation of next month’s conference, check out our recent Q&A with Stephen – 1. What is the greatest implication of the recent Tibble case for your practice? Tibble’s greatest implication has nothing to…

Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions San Francisco: Q&A with Speaker Jay J. Price

Jay J. Price, Assistant General Counsel, Bank of America, will be speaking at our upcoming Sept. 28-29 Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions forum in San Francisco.  In anticipation of the upcoming conference, check out our recent Q&A with Jay. 1. How will the DOL’s new/proposed federal overtime regulations with regard to “white collar exemption” requirements affect your practice? At…

Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions San Francisco: Q&A with Speaker Ron Peppe

  Ron Peppe, Vice President Legal and Human Resources, Canam Steel Corporation, will be speaking at our upcoming Sept. 28-29 Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions forum in San Francisco.  In anticipation of the upcoming conference, check out our recent Q&A with Ron. 1. How will the DOL’s new/proposed federal overtime regulations with regard to “white collar…