On-Demand   Web Segment

ERISA Fiduciary Investment Basics 2014

Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2014
Running Time: 01:00:15

Running Time Segment Title Faculty Format
[01:00:15] Ethics Howard Pianko ~ Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Shannon Barrett ~ O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Glenn E. Butash ~ Corporate Counsel, U.S. Compensation & Benefits, Alcatel-Lucent
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Taken from the Web Program ERISA Fiduciary Investment Basics 2014 recorded February, 2014 in New York.

Lecture Topics 
[01:00:15]

Ethics 
[01:00:15]

Advising the Chief Investment Officer

  • Identifying the client: Chief Investment Officer vs. Chair of the Investment Committee for the Plan
  • Information Barriers
  • Exceptions to the attorney client privilege
  • Exemptive Relief Relied Upon Not Available: What should you do?
The purchase price of this segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:
  • Professional Responsibility and the ERISA Lawyer
    Glenn E. Butash

Presentation Material

  • FIDUCIARY LITIGATION UNDER ERISA
    Shannon Barrett
Speaker(s)
Shannon Barrett ~ O'Melveny & Myers LLP
Glenn E. Butash ~ Corporate Counsel, U.S. Compensation & Benefits, Alcatel-Lucent
Howard Pianko ~ Seyfarth Shaw LLP

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