Retirement Systems' Suit Against Bear Stearns Ends in Mistrial

December 2004
Investment Management Weekly;12/6/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 48, p6
Reports on the mistrial on the lawsuit brought by Retirement Systems of Alabama against Bear Stearns over its 2001 sale of bonds to the pension fund on November 19, 2004. Reason behind the mistrial; Schedule of the new trial; Overview of the case.


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