The fight between Donald Yacktman and the independent directors of his funds is likely to continue this month, propelled in part by intervention from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Top SEC officials informally intervened in the escalating litigation between Yacktman and the directors, suggesting that federal securities laws permit independent directors to use fund assets to pay expenses in proxy fights.

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