An Anheuser-Busch retirement plan participant alleges he's been deprived of rightful benefits due to the companies' use of an outdated mortality table to calculate annuity equivalences.
A lawsuit recently transferred to New York federal court claims PepsiCo, Inc. violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) by sending insufficient COBRA notices to former health plan participants.
The Boeing Company has been hit with a proposed class action lawsuit filed by two investors in its employee retirement plan who claim the aircraft manufacturer failed to disclose known safety issues with its 737 MAX series.
A lawsuit alleges that investment manager Fidelity and several of its subsidiaries charge mutual funds secret fees for access to retirement plan customers.
A class action filed in New Jersey alleges Johnson & Johnson's failure to disclose that its talc baby powder products contained asbestos cost employee retirement plan participants millions.
An ERISA class action alleges PepsiCo's retirement plan administrators failed to offer alternative benefits that are actuarially equivalent to a single life annuity offering.
United Healthcare Insurance Co. and United Behavioral Health have been accused in a proposed class action of unlawfully applying reimbursement penalties to insurance claims related to mental health treatment.
A class action alleges Fidelity and several related entities failed to manage a plan with $15 billion in assets with “the care, skill, or diligence” one would expect given the size of the plan.
Duke University finds itself staring down a class action filed on behalf of participants in and beneficiaries of the school’s faculty and staff retirement plan.
A proposed class action lawsuit claims AT&T unlawfully refused to provide retroactive pension benefits to former management employees eligible for early retirement payments upon turning 55 years old.