: : Fourth Circuit Reinstates Claims Against Claims Administrator and Vendor Based Upon Undisclosed Bundling of Fees

The district court erred in granting summary judgment to Aetna, as Peters produced sufficient evidence for a reasonable factfinder to conclude that Aetna was at least a functional fiduciary under ERISA and breached its corresponding fiduciary duties. Specifically, a reasonable factfinder could conclude that Aetna was unjustly enriched when avoiding payment of Optum’s administrative fee …

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