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Another Court Rejects Excessive Fee Claims Following Trial on Mutual Fund “Manager of Managers” Theory

On February 28, 2017, Judge Renée Bumb of the New Jersey federal district court entered judgment in favor of Hartford Funds Management Group, Inc. (“Hartford”) following last November’s four-day bench trial relating to...more

Court Rejects Excessive Fee Claims Following Trial on Mutual Fund “Manager of Managers” Theory

On August 25, a federal court in the District of New Jersey issued a much-anticipated decision, finding after a lengthy trial that shareholder plaintiffs failed to prove claims that AXA entities had charged excessive mutual...more

Delaware Supreme Court Holds That Business Registration Does Not Constitute Consent to General Personal Jurisdiction

On April 18, 2016, the Delaware Supreme Court held that corporations not incorporated in Delaware that register to do business in that state are not subject to the “general” jurisdiction of the Delaware courts. In Genuine...more

Supreme Court Confirms ERISA Fiduciaries’ Duty to Monitor, Leaving Contours to Lower Courts

On May 18, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States confirmed the existence of an independent duty on the part of ERISA plan fiduciaries to continuously “monitor” retirement plan investments and remove those that are...more

5/20/2015

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Fraud on the Market Securities Class Actions and Largely Preserves the Status Quo

On Monday, the United States Supreme Court today resisted the opportunity to put meaningful curbs on proliferating securities class actions, preserving most of the status quo in such cases....more

Supreme Court Will Decide Deadline for Prospectus Class Actions

Last Monday the Supreme Court decided to hear Public Employees’ Retirement System of Mississippi v. IndyMac MBS, Inc. (No. 13-640) to resolve when investors can rely on pending class actions to litigate claims of false or...more

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