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Ignoring the Real Money in the Bank of America Lawsuits

Law firms representing shareholders are fighting over a settlement in class-action lawsuits against the Bank of America board over its Merrill Lynch acquisition is adequate. But another federal securities lawsuit out there is where the real money is.
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