As class action lawsuits against Silicon Valley Bank start hitting courthouse dockets, former federal lawyers are warning agency enforcement, and possibly even criminal prosecution, could follow. 

The sudden and rapid collapse of SVB is still making waves in markets around the globe, and those directly impacted are already asking for accountability. But whispers about potential investigations from the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice are putting more pressure on those who led the failed tech-focused bank. 

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