In early 2007, Lowenstein Sandler began noticing it was being asked more and more to sue on behalf of financial institutions over investments gone bad. The workload kept increasing as the subprime mortgage crisis and other financial problems deepened.

This spring, that growing practice led the Roseland, N.J., firm to create a new subdepartment: the capital markets litigation group.

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