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Supreme Court rejects “presumption of prudence,” adopts new pleading standards in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer

USA - July 7 2014 The Supreme Court of the United States has issued its highly anticipated decision in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer, No. 12-751. In an opinion…

Co-authors: Chris C. Scheithauer, Stephen Pavlick, PC, Nancy G. Ross.


Supreme Court grants certiorari to review Sixth Circuit’s pro-union inference in retiree health insurance benefits cases

USA - May 6 2014 The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to resolve a circuit split about how courts should interpret collective bargaining agreements that…

Co-authors: Nancy G. Ross.


Supreme Court upholds ERISA plan’s three-year deadline to file a lawsuit

USA - December 17 2013 The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that an ERISA plan may properly impose a reasonable time limit on filing a lawsuit to recover benefits…

Co-authors: Chris C. Scheithauer, David E. Rogers, Nancy G. Ross, Michael T. Graham.


Supreme Court takes case about company stock funds and presumption of prudence

USA - December 16 2013 The Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer, suggesting that the Supreme Court will resolve the…

Co-authors: Chris C. Scheithauer, Michael S. Yellin, Nancy G. Ross, Prashant Kolluri.


Multiple class action complaints challenge church plan status of hospital pension plans

USA - June 28 2013 Recent complaints challenging the "church plan" status of certain pension plans maintained by church-sponsored hospital systems may signal the…

Co-authors: Mary K. Samsa, David E. Rogers, Nancy G. Ross, Michael T. Graham, Ralph E. DeJong.

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