Big banks' legal costs top $100B since crisis, likely to keep rising

08/28/2013 | Bloomberg

Legal bills for the six largest U.S. banks have totaled more than $100 billion since the financial crisis, according to a Bloomberg analysis. The figure includes settlements for claims of improper mortgages and foreclosures, along with fees for lawyers and litigation. That tally could rise further as government officials pursue new cases.

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