Eugene R. Licker



  • Tuesday, April 1, 2008
    Unless one is Rip van Winkle, or suffers from his malady, anyone who cares to look is painfully aware of the massive spate of litigation arising out of the collapse of the subprime mortgage industry and the associated credit markets. These lawsuits run the gamut of claims, from faulty underwriting by lenders to faulty underwriting by those selling...