An Opinion Favoring Borrowers Against Banks

If a lawsuit is brought against a national bank by its customer, the first procedural hurdle thrust at the customer is removal of the case from state to federal court, where costs of litigation are often higher.  The U.S. Supreme Court just put a crimp in that strategy by holding that FannieMae, the final repository of most such loans, cannot as a matter of course require such removal.  The case can be viewed here.

An Opinion Favoring Borrowers Against Banks
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