Paul Weiss Steps in to Defend Newly-Certified Class Action Against BofA over Merrill Deal

, The Litigation Daily


For close to two years, counsel for Bank of America at Cleary Gottlieb and Wachtell Lipton have been struggling--and largely failing--to tame consolidated securities, ERISA, and derivative litigation over BofA's 2008 merger with Merrill Lynch. Will Brad Karp, Ted Wells, and their partners at Paul Weiss fare any better?

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