What do you do when a court certifies a class over your objection and denies your motion for directed verdict on the critical class certification issue at trial, and a jury awards $32 million ($54 million if you count pre-judgment interest) on an individual claim worth $133.80?
No Class, no problem: Discriminatory lending actions in the wake of Wal-Mart v. Dukes
Kentucky District Court's denial of class certification in mortgage lending case provides numerous lessons for class action defendants
Countrywide settles housing discrimination claims with Justice Department
Mortgage Electronic Registration System, Inc. (commonly referred to as MERS) has been the subject of several class action lawsuits throughout the country.