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Courts continue to rule on retirement plan mandatory arbitration provisions By Gregory K. Brown and Louis L. Joseph Employee Benefits, July 2019 In the past few years, some retirement plans have included terms and provisions that require participant breach of fiduciary claims to be resolved in arbitration, which has caused the courts to begin to consider participant motions to invalidate or limit the effect of these mandatory arbitration provisions.
Courts continue to rule on retirement plan mandatory arbitration provisions By Gregory K. Brown and Louis L. Joseph Corporate Law Departments, May 2019 In the past few years, some retirement plans have included terms and provisions that require participant breach of fiduciary claims to be resolved in arbitration, which has caused the courts to begin to consider participant motions to invalidate or limit the effect of these mandatory arbitration provisions.

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