Cybertheft of 401(k) Plan Assets-New Case Highlights Fiduciary Exposure

Fiduciaries ignore cybersecurity at their peril. A new lawsuit puts a spotlight on the risks.

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How to Make Money from Your Side Hustle . . . And Keep Your Day Job

We’re lawyers but we’re also entrepreneurs. We applaud your efforts to pursue your passion, but we want to share some guidelines on how to go for it.

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Does the SEC Expect Investment Advisers to Make a Sweeping Compliance Upgrade?

The SEC thinks that it “clarified” Reg BI when it published a new 42-page interpretation. But to us, it looks like investment advisers may need to make a wholesale upgrade of compliance programs. Read more…

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Bad Communications Can Get You Sued-Another Risk for Plan Fiduciaries

Failure to disclose plan rules can be costly.

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Carol Buckmann
We’re Hiring: Employee Benefits Attorney

We’re hiring! Are you an experienced employee benefits or executive compensation lawyer?

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Sandra Cohen
Can Your Plan Document Protect You From ERISA Class Actions?

Is there a way around ERISA class actions? Do you want to take it?

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Customize your IA Compliance Program: SEC Stresses Specific Risks

New Guidance from OICE encourages changes to Investment Advisers’ compliance programs to address specific risk. Off-the-Shelf compliance programs don’t cut it anymore.

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Are Your Target Date Funds a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen?

Can you defend your selections if you are sued?

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What Do 3(16) Administrators Do and Should You Hire One?

Did you know that your recordkeeper and vendor are not relieving you of your fiduciary responsibility for plan administration?

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