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The Wrongful Distribution of Retirement Benefits to a Plan Fiduciary is Prohibited by ERISA Section 406(b)

This week’s featured bloggers at the National Law Review are from Cosgrove Law L.L.C.   In the ‘who knew’ category from Kurt J. Schafers:  the wrongful distribution of plan benefits to a Plan Fiduciary.   Although the distribution of benefits to a plan participant is not a “transaction” as that term is used in Section 406(a), the wrongful distribution …

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