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  • Fiduciary Monitoring Post-“Tibble”

    The 2015 Supreme Court decision in Tibble v. Edison International, which states that plan fiduciaries have a responsibility to monitor investments and remove imprudent ones, highlights the importance of appropriate plan fiduciary monitoring. In their article, “Expert Analysis: Using Simulation to Assist Courts in Assessing the Prudence of Retirement Plan Investment Decisions,” Managing Principal D. Lee Heavner and affiliate Susan Mangiero describe approaches that experts use to evaluate issues related to the procedural and substantive prudence of the selection of a retirement plan investment. 

    Antitrust Experts File Amici Curiae Briefs

    In the past year, groups of prominent economists have filed amici curiae briefs regarding the antitrust treatment of pharmaceutical patent infringement settlements, and a pharmaceutical manufacturer’s freedom to withdraw a branded product from the market prior to generic entry. 

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Analysis Group Forum: 2015 Year in Review