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The USC 403(b) case had the potential to dramatically impact the growing body of claims against sponsors of retirement plans. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The Supreme Court will not review a 403(b) excessive fee lawsuit brought against fiduciaries of the University of Southern California’s retirement plan, according to a document from the High Court released this week.

Nick Thornton

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