...the bank misrepresented the riskiness of the home loans propping up four MBS securitizations. Investors argue that UBS is required to repurchase, or put back...
... In 2006 and 2007, UBS sponsored billions of dollars worth of MBS offerings. U.S. Bank sued UBS in September 2012, alleging on behalf...
...the Second Circuit limited a key defense used by banks to trim MBS suits. The ruling broadens the ability of class representatives to sue over...
...Jr. ruled Friday that the bank shouldn't be sanctioned in an MBS case against UBS
In a key win for Simpson Thacher's David Woll and a big chunk of the financial industry, New York's Appellate Division, First Department, on Thursday knocked out billions of dollars in contract claim
Debra A. Dandeneau and Victoria Vron of Weil, Gotshal & Manges write: With all the focus recently on how the Bankruptcy Code should be amended, it is surprising that the protections utilities receive
Marc Kasowitz of Kasowitz Benson and Simpson Thacher's David Woll faced off before a New York appellate panel weighing a crucial threshold issue for mortgage-backed securities repurchase cases
With legal battles forcing JPMorgan Chase & Co. to set aside $23 billion for litigation costs, several AmLaw 100 firms are reaping hefty legal fees for their work representing the bank, including Sul
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