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Flash From the Past?: New Credit Crisis-Related Securities Suits Filed

As the worst days of the financial crisis (if not their ill effects) receded into the past, the accompanying credit crisis-related litigation wave appeared to lose its momentum. By late 2010, new credit crisis-related lawsuit filings seemingly had dwindled away. But now at the midpoint of 2011, two...

Bank of America to Pay $2.43B to Settle Securities Class Action Lawsuit

NEW YORK - (Mealey's) In what is being called the largest settlement of a credit-crisis-related securities class action lawsuit, Bank of America Corp. (BoA) has agreed to a $2.43 billion settlement on claims that it and certain of its executive officers and directors misrepresented the company's...