Category Archives: Howard Rice

Potential Jurors Unfriendly to Mortgage Lenders?

As reported by Peter Page in the National Law Journal (subscription required), a survey completed earlier this month of adults eligible for jury service found that potential jurors overwhelmingly held plaintiff-oriented perceptions with respect to suits against mortgage lenders. “Nearly … Continue reading

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Howard Rice Issues Press Release Featuring Attorney Blogs

In a bit of shameless self-promotion, I note that The Subprime Shakeout was featured, along with Steve Mayer’s blog, The California Constitution, in a press release issued by Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin about the firm’s promotion of … Continue reading

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