In April 2018, Benjamin Reetz filed a class action ERISA lawsuit on behalf of himself and other participants in the Lowe’s 401(k) Plan. The lawsuit claims that Aon Hewitt, the plan’s investment advisor, lined its pockets by recommending one of its own poorly performing investment funds. Lowe’s then fell down on the job by failing to catch what Aon Hewitt was doing. Wait, you think, didn’t I read this before, but was it about Home Depot or maybe Invesco?
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Utah Takes Steps Towards Legalization Except for its northern border—where it shares territorial boundaries with perennially conservative, red voting states like Montana and Idaho—Utah is the only western US state that still has no medical or recreational cannabis law on the books. That may change in November, when citizens of The Beehive State vote on Proposition 2 , which would legalize marijuana for individuals with qualifying…
Anyone can be sued for pretty much anything. All a plaintiff needs is a court index number, filing and a server for the complaint. It’s not exactly news, but should carry a little extra weight when coming from someone like me, an ERISA attorney.
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'From tender country ballads to infectious, feel-good pop anthems, four-time Grammy winner Keith Urban has been turning out hit after hit (23 No. 1s and counting!) since his American debut in 1999. Showing no sign of slowing down, Urban\'s just released his 10th album, \"Graffiti U\", featuring the Top 20 hit \"Female,\" and now he\'s taking to the road on an epic world tour, with a stop in Los Angeles to rock the STAPLES Center. This concert promises to deliver the electrifying live…