ERISA Litigation2018-11-20T16:28:30+00:00

Legal Analytics for ERISA Litigation

Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics for ERISA Litigation enables attorneys and companies to make data-driven decisions about federal disputes over the administration of employee benefits plans protected by The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974.

Now you can use quantified insights into the behavior of district court judges, opposing parties, and opposing counsel to gain competitive advantage in ERISA litigation. Lex Machina’s litigation data helps you analyze the track records of opposing counsel and parties, the experience and behaviors of judges, case outcomes by federal district, and other critical factors, such as case timing, findings, and damages, which play a critical role in determining case strategy.

Our case set includes cases initiated by plan participants or beneficiaries involving alleged disputes over the administration or funding of ERISA-protected employee benefits plans, including life, health, retirement, pension, profit-sharing, healthcare savings accounts, and more.

Use Cases

Lex Machina helps you answer questions such as:

  • Over the past 18 months, how many cases had a finding of Breach of Fiduciary Duty, and damages awarded? What were the specific damages amounts?
  • How long does it take to reach summary judgment in the Central District of California? How does this compare to other district courts?
  • Which law firms have the most experience representing defendants in ERISA cases in my district?
  • How much experience does my judge have with ERISA Litigation? How has she ruled on Delinquent Contribution cases?

Case Tags

Our data includes unique  tags such as Claim Denial, Delinquent Contribution, DOL Enforcement (ERISA), Plan Reimbursement, Withdrawal Liability

Damages

Our data includes the following damages categories: ERISA Plan Benefits, Liquidated Damages (ERISA), Interest on Unpaid Contributions, Administrative Fees, Disclosure Penalties, Disgorgement (ERISA), Restitution (ERISA), Civil Money Penalties (ERISA) , Approved Class Action Settlement (ERISA)