03/17/2010 11:27:00 AM EST
Kenney v. State St. Corp., 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 24035 (D. Mass. March 15, 2010)
Core Terms: conduit, fiduciary, stock, press releases,
investment portfolio, prudence, billion, unrealized, commercial paper,
earnings, fiduciary duty, balance sheet, retirement, disclosure, prudent,
invest, rating, per share, customer, common stock, imprudence, portfolio, high
risk, summary judgment, misrepresentation, inappropriate, collapse, exposed,
Counsel: For Thomas U Kenney, On
behalf of Himself and a class of persons similarly situated, Plaintiff: Edwin J
Mills, Michael J. Klein, Lead Attorneys, Pro Hac Vice, Stull, Stull &
Brody, New York, NY; Kevin T. Peters, Lead Attorney, Todd & Weld LLP,
Boston, MA; Mark Levine, Pro Hac Vice, Stull, Stull & Brody, New York, NY.
Street Corporation, North America Regional Benefits Committee of State Street
Corporation, State Street Corporation Investment Committee of State Street
Corporation, James J. Malerba, Alison Quirk, Pamela Gormley, Ross McLellan,
David O'Leary, Skip Curtrell, Jayne Donahue, David Gutschenritter, Defendants:
Jeffrey B. Rudman, William H. Paine, Lead Attorneys, John J. Butts, Lauren G.
Brunswick, Timothy J. Perla, Wilmer Hale LLP, Boston, MA.
Judge: Patti B. Saris, United States District Judge.
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