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District Court Denies Interlocutory Appeal for Novel Issue of 'Hardwired' 401(k) Plans
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July 15, 2021

"While this decision focused on the standard for an interlocutory appeal, the underlying litigation raises novel questions about the validity of hardwiring provisions and the extent to which they might protect plan sponsors against fiduciary breach allegations related to the inclusion of proprietary investment vehicles." [Feinberg v. T. Rowe Price Group, Inc., No. 17-427 (D. Md. Jul. 1, 2021)]

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