'Knox,' the Prudent Investor and Fiduciary Duties

, New York Law Journal

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In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan, a former surrogate of Nassau County and of counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, and John G. Farinacci, a partner with the firm, write that the legal standards articulated in 'Janes' and its progeny should not be so rigidly interpreted without a reasonable application of the law to the facts of any given case as to do so may be a failure to "…avoid reaching determinations that arrive at unreasonable or absurd results."

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