Keller Rohrback L.L.P. is Investigating Losses to Employee’s Retirement Savings Plans
Attorneys at Keller Rohrback L.L.P. are investigating financial institutions for losses to certain collective trusts. These collective trusts are used by pension and 401K plans to invest employees’ retirement savings. To learn more about potential losses to your plan, please call paralegal Katie Rodenburg or attorney Gretchen Obrist at 800.776.6044.
Current and former employees with the following retirement plans may be affected:
Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corporation
- Bechtel NR Program Capital Accumulation Plan
- Bechtel NR Program Savings Plan
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
- Delta Contract Savings Plan
- Delta Retirement Plan
- Northwest Airlines Pension Plans for Salaried Employees
Farmers Group, Inc.
- Farmers Group, Inc. 401 (K) Savings Plan
Ford Motor Company
- Ford Motor Company UAW Retirement Plan
- Ford Motor Company General Retirement Plan
- Ford – UAW Personal Retirement Plan
General Dynamics Corporation
- General Dynamics Corporation Retirement Plan For UMWA Represented Employees Of Freeman United Coal Mining Company
- General Dynamics Retirement Plan – Government
- General Dynamics Land Systems Pension Agreement
- General Dynamics Land Systems Muskegon Operations UAW Retirement Plan
- General Dynamics Retirement Plan – Commercial
- Hewlett-Packard Company Deferred Profit-Sharing Plan
- Hewlett-Packard Company 401(k) Plan
- Hewlett-Packard Company Pension Plan
International Paper Company
- International Paper Company Salaried Savings Plan
- International Paper Company Hourly Savings Plan
- ITT Avionics Division And ITT Aerospace/Communications Division Pension Plan
- ITT Gilfillan Pension Plan For Hourly Employees
- ITT Systems Corporation Pension Plan For Hourly Employees At Pacific Missile Range
- Pension Plan For The Roanoke Plant Hourly Employee Of ITT Night Vision & Imaging
- Exelis Salaried Retirement Plan
- Edo Corporation Employees’ Pension Plan
Johnson and Johnson
- Johnson and Johnson Savings Plan
- Synthes (U.S.A.) Retirement Plan
- Johnson and Johnson Retirement Savings Plan
- Johnson and Johnson Savings Plan for Union Represented Employees
Kinder Morgan, Inc.
- Kinder Morgan Retirement Plan
- KPMG Puerto Rico Savings Plan
- KPMG 401(k) Plan
- KPMG Partner Retirement Savings Plan
- KPMG Personal Account for Retirement Plan
Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.
- Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 401k Savings & Investment Plan
- Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. Retirement Accumulation Plan
PPG Industries, Inc.
- Retirement Pension Plan
- Retirement Income Plan
- Sony USA 401(k) Plan
- Sony Savings and Investment Plan
- Sony Pictures Entertainment Savings and Profit Sharing Plan
Southern Company Services, Inc.
- Southern Company Employee Savings Plan
- The Southern Company Pension Plan
The Kroger Co.
- The Kroger Co. Savings Plan
- The Kroger Co. 401(K) Retirement Savings Account Plan
- The Kroger Co. Savings Plan for Bargaining Unit Associates
- UBS Pension Plan
- Windstream 401(k) Plan
How to find more information and documents regarding your retirement savings plan
- Employer. Ask your current or former employer for information about your retirement savings plan. You may need to provide your full name, social security number, and the dates you worked for them.
- Recordkeeper. Many plans provide an online portal for plan participants that is hosted by a third-party recordkeeper (for example Merrill Lynch, Vanguard, Fidelity, or Hewitt). The URL of your online portal is often located in the upper right-hand corner of your monthly or quarterly statement. Once you have opened the online portal, log in using an existing user name and password or follow the steps to log in as a first time user.
- Plan Administrator. If you are unable to contact your former employer and you do not currently receive a statement, most plans are required to file an annual Form 5500 with the U.S. Government. The Form 5500 will have contact information for your plan administrator. You can search through Form 5500s for the name of your employer using a free website such as www.freeERISA.com.
Gretchen Obrist is a partner in Keller Rohrback’s nationally recognized Complex Litigation group. Her practice focuses on ERISA fiduciary breach and excessive fee cases, as well as consumer protection and financial fraud claims. Gretchen’s hands-on approach to legal strategy helps her identify and achieve her clients’ unique goals and right the wrongs they have experienced.
Derek W. Loeser is a senior member of Keller Rohrback’s nationally recognized Complex Litigation Group and a member of the firm’s Executive Committee. He maintains a national practice prosecuting class action and large scale individual cases, including corporate fraud and misconduct, securities, ERISA, breach of fiduciary duty, and investment mismanagement cases. Derek has served as lead and co-lead counsel in large, complex cases in both state and federal courts around the country.
Keller Rohrback L.L.P.’s Employee Benefit Class Action Group is the preeminent firm for Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and other benefit class action litigation. Our firm is a pioneer of ERISA class action litigation, with over a billion dollars of pension and health benefits recovered for our clients. Learn more about our Employee Benefits, Retirement Security and Employment Law group.