Judge Dismisses MBS Case on Champerty Grounds

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A shell company that sought to profit from a failed investment portfolio built on mortgage-backed securities has no standing to sue the investment manager because its motive for suing violates New York's champerty doctrine, a Manhattan state court judge ruled.

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