Oct 30, 2015

Supreme Court allows borrowers to sue banks for illegal loan charges - Politics and policy

Commercial banks Thursday lost a last-ditch effort to terminate a potentially devastating class action suit pitting them against hundreds of borrowers who are seeking compensation for interest rates.

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