By Jon Hill (January 3, 2022, 12:02 PM EST) -- For financial services attorneys, some of the most significant litigation churning through the federal courts in the year ahead won't have billion-dollar damages attached or stem from headline-grabbing scandals. But these cases could nevertheless shape how banks and other financial firms do business and what legal risks they'll face.
Here, Law360 spotlights several areas of banking-related litigation that financial services attorneys identified as critical to watch in 2022 because of the lasting impact these cases could have on their practices and their clients.
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