Wednesday, June 20, 2018
One reason why this lawsuit is different from most litigation is that the discovery — the collection of the documents including memos, emails, etc. was conducted as part of the receivership process before the suit was filled.
More than one million pages of documents were secured by the special investigator.
The massive amount of material, some of it demanded by the court after non-compliance with subpoenas and delays over the past ten months, unveil a series of events, lies, and efforts to hide critical information which ultimately led to the largest pension fund collapse in Rhode Island history and now leave the 2,700 plus members of the St. Joseph Health Services pension fund facing a fund shortfall estimated by the receiver to be $118 million or more.