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Suit Over Iowa Retirement System Revived By Court

Law360 (October 31, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- An Iowa appeals court has revived a $37 million proposed class action over changes to the state's retirement system, reversing a lower court's ruling that the named plaintiff lacked standing to bring the suit.

The Court of Appeals of Iowa ruled Wednesday that the Iowa District Court of Polk County erred in July 2007 when it found that there was “no conceivable way under the present law” that plaintiff Robert Brunkhorst or any member of the proposed class could have suffered an “actual or imminent” injury...
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