Newly disclosed information from a federal government agency gives an intriguing look at two law firms that scored big from the financial crisis.
According to the disclosure from the National Credit Union Administration, more than $1 billion in contingency fees were paid to Washington, D.C., trial and appellate firm Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel and to Chicago and St. Louis-based plaintiffs’ firm Korein Tillery for their work suing banks following the subprime mortgage crisis.
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