Current Cases

Opioid Litigation

Talcott Franklin P.C. recently filed a complaint on behalf of multiple municipalities in West Virginia combating the ongoing opioid abuse epidemic. The complaint alleges that the Joint Commission, which is an accreditation body for healthcare organizations and promulgates pain management standards, improperly provided guidance that caused rampant over-prescription of addictive pain medications. The toll exacted by the opioid epidemic is acute in West Virginia, but the crisis is nationwide in scope. TFPC spent the previous decade pioneering new and successful recovery methods for those harmed b… Read More

Bank of America / Merrill Lynch Initiative

Though statues of limitation have generally run for all claims emanating from the 2005-2007 private-label RMBS market, investors in certain instances have nevertheless been able to obtain recoveries from Bank of America and its predecessors, including Countrywide and Merrill Lynch, through the settlement of outstanding repurchase liability for trusts where tolling agreements are in place. Specifically, Talcott Franklin P.C. has had success settling trusts that contain Countrywide mortgage collateral but were not sponsored by Countrywide. These “Countrywide loans in non-Countrywide trusts”… Read More

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