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Lender Liability | 5th Edition | By A. Barry Cappello
The completely updated 5th edition is a primer for every plaintiff's attorney and every attorney defending a lender.
A. Barry Cappello, the pioneer and
nationally recognized expert in the field of lender
liability law, has taken his vast experience and
translated it into a comprehensive, authoritative and
informative all-new edition of Lender Liability.
Cappello & Noël has obtained more than $1
billion in verdicts and settlements against lenders on
behalf of commercial borrowers.
There is no one in this nation who is a greater authority than Barry Cappello on the subject of when and how lenders can be held liable to borrowers. As one of the greatest trial attorneys of our age, Barry Cappello's extraordinary success in the courtroom is reflected in every page of this authoritative treatise.
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