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Experts Watching High Court Session
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Oct. 6, 2015
"One of the earliest [ERISA] cases to be argued ... asks the [U.S. Supreme Court] whether laws passed by Congress allow for lawsuits over violations of statutes such as [ERISA] if there is not 'real and material' harm.... To be argued on Nov. 9 is whether ERISA fiduciaries can recover overpayments to participants... Another case ... questions whether members of a class action who were not harmed can still join the class and be entitled to damages."

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