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Real Estate & Property Law

Ex-Lawyer Takes Deceased Dad’s ID, Gets $1.8M in Mortgages—and 4+Years

In-House Counsel

GC of Troubled Sallie Mae Resigns, Says He Wants to Spend Time With Family

Law Firms

Cadwalader Equity Partner Profit Dips, But Microsoft Deal Will Refill Coffers

Government Law

States Seek Unclaimed Property for Themselves, Owners Sue


Bank’s Loss of $7.2B Could Mean Big Bucks for Rogue Trader

Law Firms

McKee Nelson Rode Subprime Boom to Big Profits, Sees Opportunities Ahead

Criminal Justice

FBI Probes 14 Companies Involved in Subprime Mortgages

Criminal Justice

Record $7B Rogue Trader Fraud Alleged at French Bank

Bankruptcy Law

Citigroup Rolls Dice on Trial in Enron Creditor Litigation

Internet Law

Second Life Lesson: Investing Real Money in Pretend Bank Carries Risks

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Mortgage Lenders Cut Deals With Delinquent Debtors

Trials & Litigation

BigLaw Masses Troops in Subprime Feeding Frenzy

International Law

Big U.K. Firm Breaks With Tradition, Takes Case Against Bank

U.S. Supreme Court

Enron Shareholders Could Get Chance to Distinguish Stoneridge

Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Judges Question Countrywide Errors, Evidence

Attorney Fees

Oops. Lost Passbook Costs Utah Lawyer Up to $832,000

Mergers & Acquisitions

$4B BOA-Countrywide Deal Price Tag Doesn’t Include Legal Woes

Banking Law

Lawyer Says Subprime Suits Could Be ‘Bigger Than Enron’

Law Firms

Winston Lures Up to 18 Lawyers from N.C. Firm, Opens Charlotte Office


Judge Calls Countrywide ‘Re-Created’ Letters a Smoking Gun
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