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California Supreme Court Rules in Yvanova That Borrowers May Have Standing To Allege Certain Defects In Assignments

EDITOR’S NOTE:  This blog post was written by Steven Ellis, a partner in Goodwin’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation Practice Group.  Steve was one of the authors of an amicus brief filed in the Yvanova case on behalf of the California Bankers Association. Do borrowers have standing to challenge a non-judicial…

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