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401(k) Fee Litigation: What Must a Plaintiff Allege to Survive a Motion to Dismiss?
October Three ConsultingLink to more items from this source
Oct. 14, 2021

"This term the Supreme Court is considering -- for the first time -- critical issues in defined contribution plan fee litigation, in Hughes v. Northwestern ... [A] recent decision (September 24, 2021) by the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio ... illustrates an issue that is also likely to be presented in Hughes: how fact-specific must plaintiffs' complaint be to survive a motion to dismiss?" [Forman v. TriHealth, Inc., No. 19-613 (S.D. Ohio Sep. 24, 2021)]

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