Banks Beat Long-Running Missouri Mortgage Class Actions
When Missouri passed a new law governing second mortgages back in 1979, the goal was to limit the burden of high-interest loans on borrowers. But after plaintiffs lawyers discovered the law more than a decade ago, it produced a predictable byproduct: class action litigation.
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