A U.S. Supreme Court case of a 401(k) investor from Dallas who claimed his employer failed to execute an order, costing him $150,000, may pave the way for lawsuits by individual investors, rather than class-action suits.

If the Supreme Court rules in James LaRue's favor, it could permit the 70 million defined contribution investors throughout the nation to forge their own lawsuits.

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