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Jerry Schlichter, lead representation for the plaintiffs in Tibble v Edison, is preparing to re-try the case in the lower court. (Photo: Getty)

Nearly a decade after papers were first filed in a Los Angeles federal court, the end may finally be in sight for litigants in Tibble v. Edison, the landmark 401(k) excessive fee lawsuit famous for making it to the Supreme Court.

Nick Thornton


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