Cohen Milstein’s Julie G. Reiser Invited to Participate in a Strafford Publications CLE Webinar: “Fiduciary Litigation for Defined Contribution Plan Administrators: Risks and Challenges”
June 05, 2018
Julie G. Reiser, a Partner in Cohen Milstein’s Employee Benefits / ERISA and Securities Litigation & Investor Protection practices, participated in a Strafford Publications CLE Webinar titled, “Fiduciary Litigation for Defined Contribution Plan Administrators: Risks and Challenges – Selecting Plan Investments, Monitoring Fees, Breach of Duty Claims, Recent Court Decisions on New DOL Fiduciary Rule” on June 5, 2018.
Ms. Reiser and her fellow panelists provided a comprehensive overview of fiduciary litigation and the risks and challenges faced by defined contribution plan sponsors and administrators. The panel discussed the necessary methods of selecting plan investments, monitoring fee structures, defending and avoiding breach of fiduciary duty claims and the implications of recent court decisions involving the new DOL fiduciary rule.
Additional information on the webinar and details regarding access to a recording of the event can be found here.