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Jeffrey D. Mamorsky is Co-Chair of the Global Benefits & Compensation Practice and Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Practice’s ERISA & Employee Benefits Litigation group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of compensation and employee benefits law. He serves as employee benefits counsel to large multinational corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, closely held businesses, large not-for-profit organizations, governmental agencies, Big Four accounting firms, leading employee benefits consulting firms, large multiple employer plans and major multi-employer pension and welfare funds.

The contours of plaintiff pleading requirements for ERISA fiduciary breach claims sketched by the Supreme Court in Hughes v. Northwestern University continue to evolve. Recent cases suggest that plaintiffs may

Continue Reading The Tide May Be Turning on Flood of ERISA Excessive Fee Class Actions

To survive a motion to dismiss after Hughes v. Northwestern University, plaintiffs will have to allege facts showing the plan fiduciaries have not followed a prudent process in making
Continue Reading Charting a ‘Northwestern’ Passage: ERISA’s Duty of Prudence and Requirements for Pleading a Breach After ‘Hughes v. Northwestern University’ 

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Jan. 24 in Hughes et al. v Northwestern University et al. that in litigation challenging fiduciaries of benefit plans that allegedly have imprudent investment options,
Continue Reading Supreme Court Holds ERISA Requires Plaintiffs to Allege Context-Specific Breaches of Fiduciary Duty to Monitor

Challenges to the reasonableness of pension plan actuarial assumptions are confronting corporate plan sponsors not only with regard to their own plans but also with respect to the calculation of
Continue Reading Multiemployer Plans Poised For More Assumption Rate Suits

How confident are you that your company’s retirement plans are being run in accordance with all legal requirements under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and the Internal Revenue
Continue Reading New Year’s Resolution: Prepare Yourself for an IRS or DOL Plan Audit