J.P. Morgan Stable Value Fund ERISA Litigation - Settlement Reached

The Law Offices of Michael M. Mulder is co-lead counsel for a class of workers who invested their retirement savings in J.P. Morgan stable value products.  The complaint alleges that J.P. Morgan violated federal law when it failed to prudently manage its stable value funds, for example, by investing in risky mortgage assets.  J.P. Morgan accordingly violated its fiduciary duty to the class.  On April 17, 2017, Judge Vernon Broderick of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York entered an Order and Memorandum Opinion certifying a class action.  See attached Order and Memorandum Opinion by clicking here.

On November 3, 2017, the parties entered into a settlement agreement and our firm filed a motion with the court for preliminary approval. See motion and supporting papers filed by clicking here:

Motion for Preliminary Approval
Memo in Support of Motion for Preliminary Approval
Exhibit A - Settlement Agreement
Exhibit B - Biography of Hunter Hughes
Exhibit C - Declaration of Co-Lead Counsel

To learn more about this lawsuit, contact attorney Mike Mulder.