More judges are rejecting lawsuits charging that 401(k)s that offer company shares without warning employees of the risks of investing in company stock, on the reasoning that the losses of a few investors cannot be blamed on an entire retirement plan, The Wall Street Journal reports.

With the number of lawsuits against 401(k)s citing breach of fiduciary duty on the rise, the findings could affect many investors.

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