On October 27, 2023, Justice Reed of the New York County issued a decision in U.S. Bank N.A. v. EquiFirst Corp., 2023 NY Slip Op. 51150(U), holding that failure to notify RMBS put-back claims survived a motion to dismiss, but only within a narrow window . . . Continue reading RMBS Failure to Notify Claims Survive, But Only Within a Narrow Window
We help investors recover losses incurred because of the misconduct of structured finance product issuers and trustees and in proceedings relating to the interpretation and implementation of the agreements governing such products. Our representations include litigation against trustees and the negotiation of payment disputes with trustees and servicers.
We represent plaintiffs and defendants in high-stakes commercial litigation, including disputes over complex business arrangements, antitrust violations, and employment of senior executives. We also act as separate counsel for officers and directors in regulatory and internal investigations.
Our practice’s deep connection to the financial markets–both through structured finance disputes and our focus on antitrust disputes relating to the financial markets–leaves us well positioned to represent whistleblowers in that area.