New York's highest court let the decision in Matter of Dumont stand, creating a bit of a mess in New York and adding to the cacophony of recent state court decisions on large stock concentrations. Despite the noise, the decisions are adding up to some important lessons for fiduciaries: Stock concentrations are risky, regardless of governing instrument provisions. Surcharge actions based on diversification will remain popular with plaintiff's lawyers as they're relatively easy to plead and ...

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