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courtroom and gavel Chief Judge Lynn’s order does not clarify on what grounds relief may be sought; it only said litigation over the fiduciary rule would be dismissed absent a new request for action. Still, does it mean the fiduciary rule might rise from the dead? (Photo: David Handschuh/NYLJ, ALM)

The Labor Department’s fiduciary rule — roundly pronounced as deceased when the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued a June 21 mandate enforcing a decision to vacate the regulation—may yet rise from the dead.

Nick Thornton


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