Supreme Court Provides More Guidance Regarding Health Plan Subrogation Claims

On January 20, 2016, the Supreme Court handed down yet another case addressing health plan subrogation. From the Supreme Court’s earlier decision in Sereboff v. Mid Atlantic Medical Services, Inc. (547 U.S. 356) (2006), we know that a medical plan … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Confirms that Plan Fiduciaries have a “Continuing Duty of Some Kind” to Monitor Investments

In Tibble v. Edison International, Justice Breyer held, for a unanimous Supreme Court, that “a fiduciary normally has a continuing duty of some kind to monitor investments and remove imprudent ones.” In so ruling, the Court reversed a decision from … Continue reading

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401(k) Plan Fiduciaries – Have you thought about your continued offering of the PIMCO Total Return Fund?

The abrupt departure of Bill Gross from PIMCO leaves many investors pondering their next move.  Should an investor stay the course and see how PIMCO’s new investment team performs?  Should an investor leave and follow Mr. Gross to Janus Funds?  Should … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Decision Changes Standards for Employer Stock in Retirement Plans

The Supreme Court recently decided a case that eliminates the “presumption of prudence” for plan fiduciaries relating to their investment in employer stock in retirement plans.  In Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer, the Supreme Court determined that fiduciaries of an … Continue reading

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