The Supreme Court Provides Guidance on ERISA’s “Actual Knowledge” Statute of Limitations

Vanessa Szalapski and Steve Lucke have provided an in-depth analysis of the Supreme Court’s decision in Intel Corp. Inv. Policy Comm. v. Sulyma, 140 S. Ct. 768 (2020) at the Dorsey Health Law Blog. In Sulyma, the Supreme Court defined what constitutes “actual knowledge” under ERISA § 413’s statute of limitations for fiduciary breach claims. You can read Vanessa and Steve’s analysis here.

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