The Impact of the Supreme Court’s Dudenhoeffer Action

From the 2014 PLUS Conference session “ERISA at 40: Fiduciary Liability Forecast,” moderator Kimberly Melvin, Esq. (Wiley Rein LLP) and panelists Tricia Melly (XL Insurance), Miles Afsharnik (Wells Fargo Insurance) and Charles C. Jackson (Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP) discuss the impact of the Supreme Court’s action in Fifth Third Bancorp v Dudenhoeffer.

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