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One Year Ago In Derivatives Week

Lehman Brothers and their attorneys cited a decision by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge James Peck that ruled so-called flip clauses that placed the firm at the bottom of the payment waterfall on certain CDOs, specifically one called Dante, enforcable as they announced planned legal action to reclaim billions of dollars that had been paid to CDO noteholders.

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