Law360 (February 21, 2020, 2:07 PM EST) -- Myron Rumeld, the co-chair of Proskauer Rose LLP's employee benefits and executive compensation group, shared his expectations for a U.S. Supreme Court term packed with Employee Retirement Income Security Act cases and his thoughts on the biggest unresolved questions in ERISA litigation in an exclusive interview with Law360.
This interview has been edited for clarity and length.
You represented Charles Schwab in the Dorman v. Schwab case, which held that ERISA fiduciary-breach claims can be sent to individual arbitration if the retirement plan's language requires this. Where does the law stand now on individual arbitration of ERISA suits?
The Ninth Circuit ruling...
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