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Mealey's Labor & Employment - Intel Plan Participant To SCOTUS: Plain Meaning Of 'Actual Knowledge' Applies

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The "actual knowledge" exception to ERISA's limitations period for breach of fiduciary duty claims requires more than constructive knowledge, a participant in Intel Corp.'s retirement plans tells the U.S. Supreme Court in an Oct. 21 merits brief (Intel Corporation Investment Policy Committee, et al. v. Christopher M. Sulyma, No. 18-1116, U.S. Sup.).
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