The money that’s riding on the appeal in a class action against Bank of America is almost unfathomable.

Consider the stakes: A San Francisco judge awarded $284 million in compensatory damages and restitution to the class represented by The Sturdevant Law Firm and the Brandi Law Firm — plus statutory damages likely to surpass $1 billion. Not to mention another $12 million or so in interest. And that’s saying nothing of the potential attorney fees.

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