Legislation would require church plans to follow ERISA standards.
Workers accused the health system of improperly claiming it was a church plan.
Lawsuit against Intel claims company plans included overly risky investments.
Complaint alleged excessive fees cost 403(b) participants millions.
Complaint alleged oil company’s fiduciaries violated ERISA.
Judge rules that offering employees only proprietary funds does not violate ERISA.
Construction company owes more than $641,000 for leaving multiemployer plan.
The university allegedly violated ERISA with poor investments and unreasonable expenses.
Lawsuit claims firm hurt pension’s investments by pushing homeowners into foreclosure.
Sotomayor comments suggest decision goes against spirit of ERISA exemption.
Beginning August 1, 51,000 participants will receive benefit payments from MetLife.
Inquiry relates to private equity investments, expenses, securities lending, and distributions of benefits.