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Banks Say Settlement Docs Needed To Fight Libor Class Cert.

Law360 (May 1, 2019, 8:40 PM EDT) -- Barclays, UBS and other banks still fighting Libor-rigging allegations are asking a New York federal judge for access to investor claim forms submitted to other banks that settled out of the suit, arguing the documents are needed to fight an upcoming class certification bid.

Barclays is one of several banks fighting Libor-rigging allegations that are asking a New York judge for access to documents to help them fight an upcoming class certification bid. (AP) In a letter from Milbank LLP attorney Robert C. Hora Tuesday, the banks asked for a premotion conference so it can file a motion to compel plaintiff...

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