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Firms Plugged in for Pair of Energy Deals

Morgan Lewis and Allen & Overy landed lead roles on Rosneft’s $2.9 billion purchase of Itera’s 49 percent stake in an Arctic gas joint venture between the two companies. Meanwhile, Exco Resources has agreed to buy nearly $1 billion in shale assets from Chesapeake Energy Corporation, with Latham, Wachtell,

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Can You Back Out of a Settlement Agreement?

Can you back out of a settlement agreement? After agreeing to a settlement in your injury case, you may have a change of heart. Perhaps your medical bills have increased unexpectedly or the insurance policies involved are not enough to cover your treatment or recovery.
Courts may strike down

BofA Fined $1.27 Billion Over Countrywide Mortgage ‘Hustle’

What does a dead cow have to do with a mortgage sold by Countrywide Financial? U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff has the answer, and it’s a costly one for Bank of America.


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CORRECTED-UPDATE 3-BES seeks capital as key staff suspended after massive losses

(Corrects in seventh paragraph to show losses on family loans
of 1.2 bln euros, not 2.1 bln euros)
* BES loses 3.6 bln euros, says will raise capital quickly* BES warns of possible illegal activity at bank* Bank continued to lend to family firms as woes mounted* Bank of

Amazon Ducks Online Ad Patent Claims; Next Up: Microsoft

Jan Wolfe, The Litigation Daily

July 30, 2014



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BNY confirms still holding Argentina bond monies

By Davide Scigliuzzo

Thu Jul 31, 2014 7:54am EDT

NEW YORK, July 31 (IFR) – Bank of New York Mellon (BNY) sent
a formal letter Thursday to holders of Argentina’s exchange
bonds essentially confirming that the sovereign had defaulted.
The letter confirmed that BNY, acting as trustee, was still