The Governing Board of
ERISA Litigation Update:
Recent ERISA Lawsuits And Their Impact On Plan Fiduciaries And Service Providers
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
10:00 am to 11:45 pm PST
Notwithstanding the pandemic, ERISA litigation continues to hit 401(k) plan sponsors and other plan fiduciaries. In this webinar, the panelists will discuss recent lawsuits against plan fiduciaries and/or plan service providers, including claims involving actively managed target date funds, retail share class funds, managed accounts, participant data, and cyberbreaches. They will also discuss the impact of such litigation on plan fiduciaries and service providers. Our panel will also cover updates on litigation over plan provisions requiring arbitration of ERISA claims and setting a deadline to bring ERISA claims.
ANGEL GARRETT, J.D.
Director, Trucker Huss
Rated as a "Rising Star" and as a "Super Lawyer" Angel represents plan sponsors, fiduciaries, and service providers in ERISA class action and single plaintiff lawsuits nationwide. She has a broad range of experience in employee benefits law and fiduciary breach matters.
Angel has counseled and defended clients in matters involving employer stock option plans, employee stock valuation, inclusion of employer stock in retirement plans, investment of plan assets, management and recordkeeping fees, executive compensation arrangements, disability claims, and church and governmental plans. She has managed employee benefits and ERISA cases in all stages of litigation in state and federal courts, and before arbitration panels and administrative agencies.
CLARISSA KANG, J.D.
Director, Trucker Huss
Listed as a Northern California “Super Lawyer” in the area of employee benefits law since 2014, Clarissa advocates zealously and effectively for employee benefit plans, plan administrators, plan sponsors, and other fiduciaries before federal and state courts and government regulatory agencies.
As a director in Trucker Huss' nationally recognized ERISA litigation group (First Tier Nationally in US News and World Report Best Lawyers), she has handled a broad spectrum of litigation, including cases involving benefit claims, fiduciary issues, plan administration, multiemployer plans, withdrawal liability, delinquent contributions, plan reimbursement and subrogation, non-ERISA benefit plans (such as governmental plans and church plans), and class actions.
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Early bird Cost: $65 for members, $90 for non-members.
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