Anyone have any information on the dst lawsuit?
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The reasoning became clear when the Kansas City attorneys took their clients’ arbitration awards to a federal judge so that they could be converted into actual judgments, a formality that takes place at the end of the arbitration process. DST, they learned, was appealing the judgments. The company now argued that federal law prohibited arbitration claims related to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, or ERISA, such as the Valeant ones. It argued that DuCharme and others’ arbitration awards should be nullified and that they should have to participate in the New York class action instead if they wanted money from the company.
In other words, DST was making the exact opposite argument it had made four years earlier in DuCharme’s case.
pension valient stock
Are you talking about the lawsuit of se-----y harrassed women or the pension plan investment in Valient stock?