Katherine Porter

California Monitor

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California Monitor, she was appointed by California’s attorney general to oversee the mortgage settlement with banks; Professor of Law at the University of California Irvine School of Law

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So-called "troubled mortgages" helped cause the Great Recession, and the biggest banks were forced into a $26 billion settlement with 49 state attorneys.

Mortgage Complaints on the Rise — Again

So-called "troubled mortgages" helped cause the Great Recession, and the biggest banks were forced into a $26 billion settlement with 49 state attorneys.

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