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When the Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration re-proposes its fiduciary rules, it must take into account their effect on broker/dealers, plan sponsors, record keepers and plan auditors, says Jeleen Guttenberg, a partner in the law firm Bracewell & Giuliani’s Employee Benefits, ERISA, and Executive Compensation group.


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