Issues: (1) Whether, under Fifth Third Bancorp v Dudenhoeffer, fiduciaries of an employee stock ownership fund are effectively immune from duty-of-prudence
liability for the failure to publicly disclose inside
information; and (2) whether Dudenhoeffer’s framework extends
beyond prudence-based claims and applies to duty-of-loyalty claims against ESOP fiduciaries.
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