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cubes spelling fees on mans hand It was the first ERISA case to go to trial, and became as much about how courts measure and price losses to plan participants as it was about sponsors’ fiduciary obligations. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The long odyssey of the first 401(k) excessive fee case appears to be finally ending, as the parties in Tussey v. ABB Inc. have agreed on settlement terms.

Nick Thornton

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