Two recently published books examine all the "fine print" lawyers create and interpret, as well as the opportunity they have to limit its insidious effects on society
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Two recently published books examine all the "fine print" lawyers create and interpret as well as the opportunity they have to limit its insidious effects on society
... v. BANK OF AMERICA CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation, Defendant-Appellee. No. 11-55943...
...Natixis Securities America LLC and its predecessors (collectively, "Natixis"), Delaware corporations operating in New York, New York, violated their contractual and fiduciary duties...
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