Season 3 Episode 2 ““Plausible” Denials – New Twists & Turns in ERISA Litigation”

Season 3, Episode 2 – “Plausible” Denials – New Twists & Turns in ERISA Litigation

Over the past several months –following the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Hughes v. Northwestern University – a number of cases, notably the Oshkosh case—and those of CommonSpirit and TriHealth—have brought with them what appears to be a higher standard of “plausibility” in asserting claims that can get past the standard motion to dismiss.

In this episode, Nevin & Fred take a look at the new litigation landscape for ERISA plans, as well as providing updates on a series of suits involving the BlackRock LifePath target-date funds, as well as a surprising decision regarding rollovers and the fiduciary rule – and a flurry of legislation regarding the Labor Department’s Prudence and Loyalty in Selecting Plan Investments and Exercising Shareholder Rights” – a.k.a. the so-called ”ESG rule.”

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