The pension made the move after a racial discrimination lawsuit led to a $130 million verdict in punitive damages.
The lawsuit claims the fitness company and its executives lied about the prospects of post-COVID growth.
The lobbying group also says a surge in litigation could have ‘significant negative consequences for plan participants.’
With the cease-and-desist order, attorneys might take aim at the publisher over alleged misleading statements.
The union says its pension fund’s mandatory vaccine policy violates collective bargaining agreements.