Nearly a year after the California Supreme Court sided with Bank of America by reversing a more than $1 billion judgment against it, the plaintiffs are trying to revive their class action.

They want to start over with an amended complaint — and a San Francisco judge has given them the OK. Now Bank of America is trying to get the 1st District Court of Appeal to step in and declare an end to the almost 12-year-old litigation.

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