An ERISA fiduciary’s duty does not end when the fiduciary selects plan investments at the outset. Rather, “‘a fiduciary normally has a continuing duty of some kind to monitor investments and remove imprudent ones.’”
"Overall this case has been a model of efficient federal litigation."
Hon. Stephen J. Murphy, III commenting on Class Counsel in Slavens v. Meritor Inc.
Over $1 Billion Recovered