Topic: Department of Labor

JD Supra Corporate Brief: DOL Investigations, Risk Management, EU-China Treaty, Food Labels

Happy Birthday, Mickey Mouse! Say what you want about the FCPA, but don’t call it anti-business… (Randy Stephens at NAVEX Global) “Uh, yeah, there’s a man here who says he’s from the Department of Labor… What do I do?” (Eric Su at Ogletree Deakins) Now more than ever, banks must adopt risk management processes that… Read more »

Employee Benefits Plans: DOL Revises 401(k), ERISA Rules

em While you were working, the Department of Labor changed the rules governing disclosure of fees and providing investment advice to participants in ERISA, 401(k), and other retirement plans. For your reference, here’s a roundup of commentary and analysis on the DOL’s revised regulations, from lawyers and law firms on JD Supra: On Investment Advice… Read more »

The Definition of Fiduciary: Back to the DOL Drawing Board

“Democrat and Republican lawmakers don’t agree on much, but many of them have protested to the [Department of Labor] about this fiduciary definition change because Wall Street money does go a long way.” (From The Changing Definition of Plan Fiduciary and Why Plan Sponsors Should Care by The Rosenbaum Law Firm P.C.)  Under intense pressure… Read more »