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Eye On ERISA: A Chat With Seyfarth's Practice Chairs

Law360 (May 16, 2019, 3:27 PM EDT) -- The Third Circuit got it wrong when it revived a proposed class action against the University of Pennsylvania and said workers don't need details about an employer's retirement plan oversight process to allege a fiduciary breach under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, according to Seyfarth Shaw LLP's Ian Morrison.

Ian Morrison

Kathleen Cahill Slaught The fallout from that May 2 decision is just one of the issues that Morrison and Kathleen Cahill Slaught — the co-chairs of Seyfarth's ERISA and employee benefits litigation practice — said they will be keeping an eye on in an exclusive interview with Law360. The interview...

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