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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06316327488702524564 Alessandro Machi

    >So this should make it easier for several different nationwide class action lawsuits to go forward, no?

  • http://www.dailyforexstock.com/index.php/2011/05/trade-ideas-for-tomorrow-oxgn-rmbs-tlab-form/ Trade Ideas for Tomorrow: OXGN, RMBS, TLAB, FORM-Daily Forex and Stock | Daily Forex and Stock

    [...] MBIA Sampling Order Signals Shorter Path to RMBS Putbacks | The … [...]

  • http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2011/11/mbs-litigation-update-why-bofa-will-lose-the-loss-causation-argument-and-wish-it-had-settled-with-mbia/ MBS Litigation Update: Why BofA Will Lose the Loss Causation Argument and Wish It Had Settled with MBIA | The Big Picture

    [...] already suffered tough-to-swallow losses on the issues of statistical sampling, scope of discovery, fraud claims and successor-in-interest liability, BofA is now facing an even [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/04/mbia-on-winning-streak.html MBIA on Winning Streak Heading into Trial on Restructuring Challenge | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] the earliest precedential ruling on key issues such as BofA’s successor liability, the use of statistical sampling to prove underwriting breaches and the propriety of the banks’ loss causation [...]

  • http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2012/12/5-signs-plaintiffs-are-winning-rmbs-war/ 5 Signs Plaintiffs Are Winning RMBS War | The Big Picture

    [...] Thus, it seems likely that Rakoff is going to come back with a sledge hammer of a ruling against Flagstar on the merits of Assured’s putback claims.  And though he did not rule directly on this issue, based on the way the trial proceeded with a focus on a small pool of 20 loans, it appears that Rakoff will allow summary evidence to be presented as a proxy for the remaining 15,000 loans in the pool (a.k.a. sampling).  If he does, this will  be the biggest nail yet in the coffin of the banks’ loan-by-loan defense. [...]