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    Monday, July 16, 2007

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    Jack Payne

    I'm most curious to see if this dropping trend line of class filings will continue for much longer. The economy's been in high growth mode, so it figures that these filings would be less numerous. But, for example, once the sub-prime mortgage mess hits the fan, along with the sub-prime credit card implosion, I wonder if this trend line will not take a sharp upturn. And, at that time, the con artists will be out in force to exacerbate the problem.

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