Bonus: Brigitte Madrian, The Early Days and Now
Brigitte Madrian (guest from Ep. 5) shares stories about her early work, her current research into rainy day savings accounts and more.
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Jerry Schlichter and Jamie Fleckner have some things in common. They both got into law through political activism, and they’ve built their careers on ERISA litigation. But where they differ is largely about who their clients are. One represents plan sponsors and their providers, the other represents employees who feel they have been wronged, and their legal battles have shaped how the defined contribution retirement space thinks about innovation. In this episode, we sit down with each to try to understand the history of these cases, how they work, and how litigation has influenced plan sponsor decision making.
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