COURT SAYS CLAIMS AGAINST FAILED THRIFT ARE TIME-BARRED BY KANSAS LAW Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Blackwell, Sanders, Matheny Weary & Lombardi LP Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Reimer & Koger Assoc., Inc. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

COURT SAYS CLAIMS AGAINST FAILED THRIFT ARE TIME-BARRED BY KANSAS LAW Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Blackwell, Sanders, Matheny Weary & Lombardi LP Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Reimer & Koger Assoc., Inc. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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COURT SAYS CLAIMS AGAINST FAILED THRIFT ARE TIME-BARRED BY KANSAS LAW

Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Blackwell, Sanders, Matheny Weary & Lombardi LP Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Reimer & Koger Assoc., Inc.

A federal appeals court has dismissed a pension fund's fraud claims arising from a $65 million investment in a failed thrift as time-barred under the Kansas statutes of limitation. Kansas Public Employees Retirement System v. Blackwell, Sanders,...
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