PLANADVISER Weekend Newsdash
Week ending March 3rd, 2017
NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Happy Friday, readers! It seems hardly a week goes by during which the Department of Labor fiduciary rule doesn’t dominate the retirement industry trade press headlines. That was clearly the case this week, with the emergence of a new rule proposal aiming to delay implementation of the tighter conflict of interest standards championed by former President Barack Obama. Find our full coverage below—along with the latest features and research from our bimonthly print magazine. 
Editor's choice
Experts Still Expect Private Enforcement of Fiduciary Standard
Even if the DOL leadership under President Trump declines to enforce a strict fiduciary standard, private litigators will undoubtedly pick up any slack if the administration fails to fully eliminate the Obama-era conflict of interest rulemaking. Read more >
Interpreting Recent 403(b) Litigation
Recent months have seen a wave of new litigation, against several large 403(b) plans maintained by prominent private universities. The lawsuits, which claim breaches of fiduciary duties under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, are in some respects similar to 401(k) fee litigation cases. However, other aspects of these suits are relatively novel.  Read more >
2017 PLANADVISER Micro Plan Survey
Data shows small plans are a big business. Read more >
Passing the Torch
How to start thinking about a succession plan for your practice. Read more >
Investing in Harmony
Following DOL guidance issued by the Obama administration, Millennials speak of big plans to invest in ESG strategies. Read more >
MOST POPULAR STORIES
Barnabas Health Latest to Settle ERISA Suit

A settlement has been struck in an ERISA lawsuit involving the New Jersey-based health care provider a little more than a year after a judge allowed the case to proceed past the defense’s motion to dismiss.

The Role of the 401(k) in Today’s Tight Labor Market

Designing a retirement plan that meets the needs of the business—and today’s employees—requires a fresh outlook.

Excessive Fee ERISA Complaint Targets Cook Group

The large medical-device-manufacturing organization is facing familiar fiduciary breach allegations in federal court in Indiana.

Retirement Industry People Moves

SageView Advisory Group acquires Los Angeles-based wealth management firm; OneAmerica brings aboard new head of retirement business development; NFP appoints surety leader in Canada; and more.

MITRE Corp. Faces Familiar ERISA Fiduciary Breach Allegations

Yet another employer has been sued by plaintiffs represented by the law firm Capozzi Adler.

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