The Current State of Litigation Related to Repurchase/ Indemnification Demand
American Conference Institute
September 26, 2016
Philip R. Stein discusses the current state of litigation related to repurchase/indemnification demands at the American Conference Institute's Residential Mortgage Regulatory Enforcement and Litigation Conference in Dallas, Texas.
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