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Tag Archives: Fiduciary duty

Administrative: ERISA-Exhaustion of Remedies-Fiduciary Duty

Where a claimant challenged the termination of her disability benefits, the judgment is affirmed because the claimant failed to administratively exhaust her claim of breach of fiduciary duty. Judgment is affirmed. Jones v. Aetna Life Insurance Company (MLW No. 74242/Case ...

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Negligence: Fiduciary Duty-Legal Malpractice-Expert Affidavit

Where plaintiff brought claims including breach of fiduciary duty, collusion and fraud against an attorney and a law firm in a dispute arising from commercial transactions, summary judgment for the defendants was proper because the district court correctly determined that ...

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Civil Practice: Fiduciary Duty-Affirmative Defense-Ecclesiastical Matters

Where a Baptist university challenged the grant of summary judgment against it and in favor of the executive board of the Missouri Baptist Convention in a dispute arising from the appointment of trustees, the convention had standing to sue, and ...

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