:: Court Rejects Imputation Of Counsel’s Knowledge To Plaintiff Class In ERISA Fiduciary Action

[This case was affirmed in 710 F.3d 57 (2d Cir. 2013) (explaining that “a new cause of action accrues for each violation where separate violations of the same type, or character, are repeated over time”).] The thrust of the plaintiffs’ claims in the present case are that not only did the defendants fail to return reserves …

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