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Case: LaRue, James v. DeWolff, Boberg & Assoc., Inc., et al.
Subject(s): ERISA, pension plans, fiduciary breach, equitable relief
Appealed from: Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Docket No: 06-0856
Decision Rendered: No
Decision: None

Question(s) presented:

Holding of appellate court: The U.S. District Court held that LaRue was not entitled to relief under ERISA, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit affirmed. The Fourth Circuit ruled that Section 502(a)(2) was concerned with protecting entire plans from misuse of plan assets and not with providing recovery for losses suffered by individual accounts.

Date of Oral Arguments Your Prediction Your Prediction by Justice Update
Affirm Reverse Vacate Justice Affirm Reverse Vacate
Nov 26, 2007 Alito
Breyer
Ginsburg
Kennedy
Roberts
Scalia
Souter
Stevens
Thomas