Law360, New York (December 3, 2008, 12:00 AM EST) -- For the financial services sector, 2008 was defined by the effects of the subprime mortgage crisis and subsequent freeze of the credit market. The new year will be little different, and as investors seek to recoup the losses they've suffered in recent months, litigation will accelerate. Here are some trends in litigation to watch in the coming year.
Shareholder Suits Over Last-Minute Deals
The past year has seen a number of rushed deals to save companies hurt by exposure to the subprime meltdown, some with...
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