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Big banks fight to block crisis-era lawsuits from continuing

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A handful of banks, including Wells Fargo and Credit Suisse, have asked the Supreme Court to review a lower court decision that said the regulators filed their claims on time despite a securities law that gave them only a three-year window.

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BIG banks are fighting tens of billions of dollars of potential legal costs linked to at least a dozen pending lawsuits arising from the financial crisis. Now they want the Supreme Court to weigh in, arguing that regulators took too long to file their claims.

A handful of

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