July 16, 2013

Plan Committees Beware

Los Angeles partner Fred Reish published his latest "Just out of Reish" column in the July 2013 issue of PLANSPONSOR.

Fred discusses how the Department of Labor's 404(a)(5) participant fee disclosure regulation places a fiduciary obligation on plan sponsors in their role as Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) plan administrators—typically, as plan committees—to make disclosures to participants.

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