Recorded February 10, 2015
In Fifth Third v. Dudenhoeffer, the Supreme Court ruled that ESOP fiduciaries are no longer presumed to be prudent when investing in company stock, but also laid out a series of guidelines that may make it more difficult for many plaintiffs to prevail.
This Webinar will review what the court decided with a particular focus on what it means for private companies.
- What is the presumption of prudence and what does it mean now that it is gone?
- What are the new pleading standards created by the court?
- Will this decision matter to private company ESOPs?
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