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Who should sue: Ugly banks and a beautiful pro bono lawyer.

Joe Nocera of the New York Times tells the story of a really sympathetic lawsuit — Bank of American hiss boo tries to foreclose on a home in Queens without the homeowner’s knowledge — and by writing about it, affects it. Continue reading

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How I became a plaintiff: Red Herrings, negotiations and Proprietary Leases

If you buy a co-op apartment, you’ll sign a fat ugly document called The Proprietary Lease. All the laws and rules of your co-op are in there. It’s a miserable read. Read it. Continue reading

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