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Recent decisions in § 419 and § 412(i) litigation

USA - November 2 2012 The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently reviewed the first case on appeal from MDL No. 1983, a multidistrict litigation proceeding designed to address claims related to employee benefit plans created under §§ 412(i) and 419 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Co-authors: Todd Fuller.


Recent decisions in § 412(i) and § 419 litigation

USA - November 21 2011 The United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas recently issued several important decisions in MDL No. 1983, a multidistrict litigation proceeding designed to address claims related to employee benefit plans created under § 412(i) and § 419 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Co-authors: Todd Fuller.


Seventh Circuit requires full Daubert hearing at class certification stage

USA - April 15 2010 Businesses threatened by class action lawsuits have welcomed the recent development by the federal courts of increasingly stringent evidentiary burdens and standards for class certification under Federal Civil Procedure Rule 23.

Co-authors: Stephen Jorden, Waldemar Pflepsen.