Category Archives: ERISA

Obama-era Fiduciary Rule Voided by U.S. Appeals Court

Last week, a federal appeals court voided the DOL’s Obama-era fiduciary rule. The rule was adopted in 2016 in an attempt to curb conflicts of interest among providers working with Americans that were planning for retirement. The Fifth U.S. Circuit … Continue reading

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Uncertain Future for Upcoming Supreme Court Cases

With the death of Justice Scalia on February 13, the Supreme Court has been thrown off-balance. Continue reading

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Lawsuit Alleges “Right-Sizing” Illegal Under ACA, ERISA

A new lawsuit may test the legality of “right-sizing” where the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) intersect. The class-action lawsuit, Marin v. Dave and Buster’s Inc., involves around 10,000 employees of Dave and Buster’s … Continue reading

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