Originally published by Beth Graham.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has issued an unpublished opinion stating an accounting firm may not compel a group of hospital workers’ claims over an allegedly underfunded pension plan to arbitration. In Jones v. Singing River Health Servs. Found., et al., No. 16-60263 (5th Cir., January 5, 2017), an accounting firm, KPMG, performed a multiyear financial audit for an employee pension plan sponsored by a hospital, Singing River Health Services (“SRHS”).
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