Jim Reeves, during an interview with the SunHerald Newspaper, talks about a proposed settlement outlining what SRHS and Jackson County will pay into the pension moving forward. Petitioning the U.S. District Court to certify a class action is the next step in the process.
Quote from the SunHerald interview:
“It’s not a proposal, it’s a settlement. And the 2,600 to 2,800 employees and retirees of the county’s Singing River Health System affected will soon need to decide whether they want to be part of it or not, said Jim Reeves, lead attorney in the federal lawsuit over the failed pension plan.”
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The law firm of Reeves & Mestayer jointly filed this federal class action lawsuit against SRHS, SRHS’s Board of Trustees, TransAmerica, KPMG, Chris Anderson, and 13 others on December 11, 2014 in the Southern District Federal Court. On June 5, 2015 attorney Jim Reeves was appointed as “lead counsel” for all the Federal lawsuits filed against Singing River Health System and their collection of partners for its failed pension plan.