Fiduciary Implications of Stock Drop Lawsuit in 401Ks and ESOPsNCEO Webinar replays are the recorded version of our live Webinars, using PowerPoint presentations viewed online. To purchase a twelve-month subscription providing unlimited access to all recorded Webinars, including this one, follow this link. (Replays are not available for individual purchase.) Please contact Colleen Kearney at 510-208-1311 or email@example.com for additional information.
This replay was recorded on October 29, 2013.
About This MeetingOver 75 cases have been decided or are in process concerning employee allegations that fiduciaries acted improperly with respect to employer stock in retirement plans. The cases have provided important insights into how to manage plans to avoid litigation. This webinar will discuss what the courts have said so far about who is a fiduciary, who is eligible to sue, when fiduciaries should sell the company stock or not offer it as an investment choice, what kinds of disclosure should be provided, and other critical matters.
You will learn:
- The current status of stock-drop lawsuits.
- What should fiduciaries do to avoid being sued for a drop in stock value?
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