Q&A: Dennis Tracey & David Dunn

The subprime mortgage crisis has begun to spawn significant amounts of litigation, and it is likely that the number and types of cases filed will grow rapidly during the remainder of 2008. Leaving aside the obvious jump in typical foreclosure actions, the first category of cases of any magnitude has been class actions initiated on behalf of borrowers. There have also been some highly unusual, unexpected and theoretically problematic claims, including particularly those initiated by the cities of

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