Citing Pending Appeal, Orrick Asks for Stay in RMBS Repurchase Cases

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The parties directly involved in a case headed to the Appellate Division, First Department, on the issue of when the statute of limitations begins to accrue on breach of contract claims for the repurchasing of residential mortgage-backed securities are not the only ones who feel they have a stake in the outcome.

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