Finance Cases To Watch In 2008

Law360, New York (December 14, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Lawsuits against financial institutions traditionally peak when the market suffers a downturn. In 2007, the subprime mortgage collapse resulted in a new breed of class action lawsuit against banks, a trend that is likely to continue into the new year.

Although securities suits relating to the mortgage mess are likely to be the most closely watched litigation among financial services professionals in 2008, there are a handful of other suits that may have an impact on the industry in the months ahead.

Here’s a quick look...
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