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    [...] litigation. While I have been skeptical of the strategy behind Patrick’s efforts since she sent her first letter to BofA in September 2010 (as she failed to include any of the powerful supporting evidence she had at her disposal), recent [...]

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    [...] to putback litigation. While I have been skeptical of the strategy behind Patrick’s efforts since she sent her first letter to BofA in September 2010 (as she failed to include any of the powerful supporting evidence she had at her disposal), recent [...]

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    [...] to putback litigation. While I have been skeptical of the strategy behind Patrick’s efforts since she sent her first letter to BofA in September 2010 (as she failed to include any of the powerful supporting evidence she had at her disposal), recent [...]

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    [...] to putback litigation. While I have been skeptical of the strategy behind Patrick’s efforts since she sent her first letter to BofA in September 2010 (as she failed to include any of the powerful supporting evidence she had at her disposal), recent [...]

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    [...] what really caught my eye was that the banks raised the fact that BlackRock had asserted put-back claims against Countrywide and BofA as evidence that BlackRock was impartial and non-conflicted.  In response, Kasowitz proceeded to [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/07/federal-judge-refuses-to-narrow-mortgage-putback-claims-paving-way-for-lender-repurchase-liability.html Federal Judge Refuses to Narrow Mortgage Putback Claims, Paving Way for Lender Repurchase Liability | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] action against U.S. banks to recover their losses (the U.S. effort to do the same lost steam when Kathy Patrick’s group pulled out), the statute of limitations window is quickly closing, and it now appears that the fix [...]

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