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  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/01/blackrock-attorney-to-face-stiffer-challenges-to-next-set-of-mbs-settlements.html BlackRock Attorney to Face Stiffer Challenges to Next Set of MBS Settlements | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] trusts) have drawn the ire of bondholders and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who sought leave to file a counterclaim under the Martin Act against BoNY in court proceedings surrounding the proposed settlement.  In [...]

  • http://challengeyourmortgage.info/blog/news/investors-getting-wise-to-conflict-of-interest-with-banks-and-servicers Investors Getting Wise to Conflict of Interest With Banks and Servicers

    [...] trusts) have drawn the ire of bondholders and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who sought leave to file a counterclaim under the Martin Act against BoNY in court proceedings surrounding the proposed settlement.  In [...]

  • http://www.opiso.com/2012/03/08/investors-getting-wise-to-conflict-of-interest-with-banks-and-servicers/ OPISO » Investors Getting Wise to Conflict of Interest With Banks and Servicers

    [...] trusts) have drawn the ire of bondholders and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who sought leave to file a counterclaim under the Martin Act against BoNY in court proceedings surrounding the proposed settlement.  In [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/03/mbs-discovery-battles-heating-up-impacting-litigation-timelines-and-leverage.html MBS Discovery Battles Heating Up, Impacting Litigation Timelines and Leverage | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] led the Trustee to put its own interests ahead of the bondholders it was supposed to protect.  As I’ve discussed in the past, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wants to blow the cover off of every aspect of [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/04/new-york-judge-strikes-blow-to-investor-putback-claims.html New York Judge Strikes Blow to Investor Putback Claims | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] of America (so it wants to keep the bank happy) and that BNYM is largely motivated by a desire to avoid litigation losses stemming from its conduct in overseeing MBS trusts.  This is why BNYM’s side letter [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/04/pauley-stirs-the-pot.html Pauley Stirs the Pot: Federal Judge Still Making an Impact as BofA Settlement Approaches Critical Crossroads in State Court | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] and illegal conduct in carrying out its duties as trustee.  Though Schneiderman has dropped the aggressive counterclaims that he sought to file initially in state court (perhaps realizing that a separate action would be the more appropriate forum for those claims and [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/06/the-top-5-rmbs-cases-no-4-retirement-v-bnym.html The Top 5 RMBS Cases to Watch this Summer: No. 4 – Retirement Board v. Bank of New York Mellon | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] the TIA, that changes everything.  This is especially true now that certain Attorneys General (see here and more recently here) and certain bondholders (see here and more recently here) are delving into [...]

  • http://www.subprimeshakeout.com/2012/06/the-top-5-rmbs-cases-to-watch-no-2-in-re-bnym.html The Top 5 RMBS Cases to Watch this Summer: No. 2 – In re the Application of Bank of New York Mellon | The Subprime Shakeout

    [...] it were any other party to the proceeding.  New York AG Eric Schneiderman has already shown that he believes BNYM was one of the bad actors that perpetuated and worsened the mortgage crisis, and will likely continue to take aggressive [...]

  • http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2012/06/top-5-rmbs-cases-to-watch-no-2/ Top 5 RMBS Cases to Watch: No. 2 | The Big Picture

    [...] it were any other party to the proceeding.  New York AG Eric Schneiderman has already shown that he believes BNYM was one of the bad actors that perpetuated and worsened the mortgage crisis, and will likely continue to take aggressive [...]

  • http://idealblog.net/2011/08/gotta-love-ag-schneiderman.html GOTTA LOVE AG SCHNEIDERMAN!! |

    [...] [...]

  • http://www.dbriskalert.org/2012/07/why-deutsche-bank-shareholders-and-counterparties-should-be-paying-attention-to-retirement-board-v-bank-of-new-york-mellon/ Why Deutsche Bank shareholders and counterparties should be paying attention to Retirement Board v. Bank of New York Mellon | Deutsche Bank Risk Alert

    [...] the TIA, that changes everything.  This is especially true now that certain Attorneys General (see here and more recently here) and certain bondholders (see here and more recently here) are delving into [...]