By Jeffrey Lewis
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in Guy v. Liederbach, 459 A.2d 744 (Pa. 1982), a plurality decision, first considered whether a lost legatee could assert a malpractice claim against the lawyer who drafted the will.
By Scott Cessar
In United States v. Metcalf, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to review a decision of the lower court.
By Kathryn English
A perfect storm of potential liability has hit retirement plan fiduciaries: the new participant fee disclosure regulations and the recent federal district court decision in Tussey v. ABB Inc.