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CURRENT CASES

  

The following are representative cases for which Dr. Johnson has been a testifying or consulting expert.  A full list of engagements is available upon request.

 

Pension, 401(k) and Fiduciary Liability Cases

Goldenberg et al v. INDEL et al, United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, class action litigation regarding the investments of a non-participant directed, defined contribution plan.

Thorkelson et al v. the Publishing House of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, et al, United States District Court for the District of Minnesota, church plan class action litigation over funding of defined benefit plan and subsequent termination.

Walker et al v. TIAA CREF et al, United States District Court for the District of Vermont, class action dispute regarding the timing of executing participant instructions in a defined contribution plan.

Johnson et al v. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the Board of Pensions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, United States District Court for the District of Minnesota, church plan class action litigation over reduction in pension annuities after retirement.

 

Sanford et. al. v. Foamex L.P., et.al, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, class action, company stock drop and fiduciary litigation.

 

Ehlen v. The Graduate Group, et. al., United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Fort Meyers Division; dispute over 412(i) defined benefit plan, funding and compliance issues.

 

Health and Welfare Cases

 

Camp et al., v. RCW et al., United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division; dispute over ESOP valuation, possible prohibited transaction.

 

 

Disputes between Plan Sponsors, Third Party Administrators (TPA) and Providers

 

City of Lubbock v. Icon Benefit Administrators II,L.P. et al, 72nd District Court of Lubbock County, TX; dispute with third administrator regarding group life and health plan.

 

Marks Construction et al. v. Huntington National Bank, et al., United States District Court for the District of West Virginia, Clarksburg Division; dispute over plan conversion and administration.

 

 

 

Contact ERISA Expert Dr. Mark Johnson

 

You can reach Dr. Johnson via email or by phone at 817-909-0778. He is available to confidentially discuss a benefits matter.

 

Click on the link to read about his representative ERISA cases.

 


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Publications


"Pennsylvania Pension Reform Bill Passes"

 

"DOL Seeks Comment on Presidentís Proposal to Postpone Fiduciary Rule"

 

"Target Date Funds Growing as Share of Pension Investments"

 

"Disability Claim Benefit Rules Updated by Department of Labor"

 

"Trends in ERISA Fiduciary Litigation"

 

 

Industry News


IRS Announces 2016 Plan Limitations

PBGC Posts 2016 Single and Multiemployer Premium Rates

Social Security Trustees Release 2015 Report

Medicare Trustees Release 2015 Report

PBGC says multiemployer guarantee will cover smaller share of benefits in future plan failures.

 

 

 

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