D.C. Circuit Refuses to Block Labor Dept.'s New Retirement-Savings Rules

, The National Law Journal

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The D.C. Circuit on Thursday refused to block Obama administration regulations that were adopted to minimize conflicts of interest in the retirement-investment industry, a significant setback for financial planners, insurance agents and other advisers who said the rule will disrupt the marketplace.

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  • J.S. Talin

    With Trump‘s new SCOTUS pick, this commie court of appeals is going to become irrelevant very fast -- and not a moment too soon.

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