It looks like Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company will have its day in court come January 2014 to defend itself against a mutual fund lawsuit.

That's becasue NorthPointe Holdings, a domestic-equity firm dedicated to serving institutional and high net worth investors, is looking to pursue its lawsuit against the Columbus, Ohio-based insurer and its various entities alleging “fraud, lack of good faith and fair dealing, and breach of contract.”

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