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Fee Litigation - Fiduciary Lessons for Financial Advisors

June 28, 2017
Recorded Online
[Recorded online.]

The recent fee litigation lawsuits change dramatically the nature of fiduciary risk for 401(k) plan sponsors.

This webinar shows Financial Advisors how they can leverage key lessons from these lawsuits to build their business and improve the level of services provided 401(k) clients.

Hosted by:
Chuck Gouge, and Chris Barlow, KnowHow 401(k) Consulting

Speaker: Charles H. Humphrey

Chuck Humphrey is the principal of the Law Offices of Charles G. Humphrey and focuses his practice on ERISA and employee benefits. A former IRS and Labor Department attorney with extensive experience in large law firm, financial institution, and consulting settings, Chuck brings a fresh approach to problem solving for his advisor and plan sponsor clients. He has chaired the American Bar Association (ABA) Subcommittee on Multiple Employer, Professional Employer Organizations, and Controlled and Affiliated Service Groups and sits on the Fiduciary Responsibility / Plan Investments Subcommittee of the ABA. He is an original and continuing member of the IRS Northeast Pension Liaison Committee and a member of the New England Employee Benefits Council and is the author of the Fiduciary Responsibility eSource on

This webcast is not eligible for continuing education credit.

Recording available at the link below.

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