Eye On ERISA: A Chat With Mayer Brown's Practice Chairs

Law360 (March 1, 2019, 9:15 PM EST) -- Nancy Ross and Brian Netter, the co-chairs of Mayer Brown LLP’s ERISA litigation practice, view writing friend-of-the-court briefs as key to their work, hoping to influence the direction of benefits law and stanch the flow of lawsuits they say has intensified in recent decades.

Nancy Ross

Brian Netter Most recently, Mayer Brown attorneys authored an amicus brief in Brotherston v. Putnam Investments, a U.S. Supreme Court case that could determine which party bears the burden of proof in fiduciary-breach suits.

The practice recently notched wins in three Employee Retirement Income Security Act class actions that targeted universities’ retirement plan management practices,...

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