Kelley v. Fidelity Mgmt. Trust Co.
Plaintiffs, retirement-plan participants and one plan administrator, filed a putative class action on behalf of the plans themselves, contending that the plans were being cheated of certain plan assets. Specifically, Plaintiffs alleged that Defendants, various Fidelity entities that had trust agreements with the plans, were dealing with plan assets in breach of fiduciary duties imposed by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. The district court dismissed the complaint for failure to state a claim. The First Circuit affirmed, holding that the district court did not err in its judgment. View "Kelley v. Fidelity Mgmt. Trust Co." on Justia Law