Nelsen et al. v. Principal Global Investors Trust Company et al.
The parties agreed to voluntarily dismiss this case involving allegations of ERISA violations.
Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) v. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation et al.
A USDC judge denied plaintiff’s motion for class certification on market efficiency, price impact, and Comcast grounds and excluded opposing expert’s testimony.
Assessment of Actuarial Services for a University’s Health Insurance Plan
Cornerstone Research worked with two actuaries in this case to assess the actuarial services provided to the university system for its student health plan.
Computer Sciences Corp. ERISA Litigation
The plaintiffs alleged that Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) common stock was an imprudent investment option for the CSC Matched Asset Plan due to CSC’s option backdating practices and other tax-related…
In re Principal U.S. Property Account ERISA Litigation
Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to assess the economic merits of the plaintiffs’ proposed class in a case of alleged breach of fiduciary duty.
ERISA Class Certification
Cornerstone Research staff and experts have applied finance and investments knowledge and data analytics experience to class certification issues in dozens of ERISA matters.
Johnson et al. v. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America et al.
The Board of Pensions’ counsel retained Cornerstone Research and Professor Steven Grenadier of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, to analyze the economic impact of the adjustment actions on the…
Brieger et al. v. Tellabs, Inc., et al.
In only the second post-Enron ERISA company stock drop case to go to trial, counsel for Tellabs, Inc., retained Cornerstone Research to support multiple experts.
SEC Proceeding Regarding Bond Fund Disclosures
The administrative law judge cited Cornerstone Research experts in her ruling related to issuer reporting and disclosure.
Ann I. Taylor et al. v. KeyCorp et al.
Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to analyze the plaintiffs’ damages claims in this putative class action.
Cornerstone Research worked with attorneys representing a custodial bank that was sued by three pension funds whose asset portfolios had disappointing returns in a period of declining real estate markets.
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