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Morgan Lewis | USA | 9 Sep 2016

In Eagerly Awaited Ruling, AXA Beats Excessive Fee Claim

Following a 25-day bench trial, the US District Court for the District of New Jersey recently ruled against a group of plaintiff shareholders who


BDB Pitmans LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Aug 2011

Trustees and investment losses

Trustees should be cautious about embarking on litigation and may require the approval of the Court to do so.


Day Pitney LLP | USA | 9 Jun 2010

T&E litigation update: Redding v. Proulx and Davis v. Davis

In Redding v. Proulx, Case No. 09-P-722, 2010 Mass. App. Unpub. LEXIS 580 (June 1, 2010), a decision issued pursuant to Rule 1:28, the Appeals Court addressed the shifting of the burden of proof in an undue influence action.


Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 16 Jul 2009

Restrictive covenants - benefits of a covenant did not run with the land

In Norwich City College of Further and Higher Education v McQuillan and anr, the college wanted to redevelop its campus.


Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC | USA | 28 Jul 2008

LaRue Part II: Fourth Circuit rules that former employees can sue you for retirement plan investments

The Supreme Court's February ruling in LaRue v. DeWolff, Boberg & Associates, Inc., et al. allows former employees who participated in 401(k) and other defined contribution plans to sue plan fiduciaries for breach of duty claims, if the result of the breach is a reduced account balance which is then used to cash those employees out of the plan.

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