Graden v. Conexant Sys. Inc., 06-2337
ERISA gives an ostensibly cashed-out former employee the right to sue the administrator of his former employer's 401(k) plan for allegedly mismanaging plan assets and thus reducing his share of benefits.
- Argued 04/19/2007
- Decided 07/31/2007
- Published 07/31/2007
- Before: McKEE, AMBRO and MICHEL, Circuit Judges.
- United States Third Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Robert Harwood, Esquire, Jeffrey M. Norton, Esquire (Argued), Wechsler Harwood, New York, NY, Lisa J. Rodriguez, Esquire, Trujillo Rodriguez & Richards LC, Haddonfield, NJ, for Appellant., Jay E. Shushelsky, Esquire, Melvin R. Radowitz, Esquire, American Association of Retired Persons, Washington, DC, Howard M. Radzely, Solicitor of Labor, Timothy D. Hauser, Associate Solicitor, Karen Handorf, Esquire, Appellate and Special Litigation, Elizabeth Goldberg, Esquire (Argued), United States Department of Labor, Washington, DC, for Amicus-Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Richard A. Rosen, Esquire, Robyn F. Tarnofsky, Esquire (Argued), Kerry L. Quinn, Esquire, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, New York, NY, Gregory B. Reilly, Esquire, Deborah A. Silodor, Esquire, Lowenstein Sandler, Roseland, NJ, for Appellees., Jan S. Amundson, Esquire, National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, DC, for Amicus-Appellee.