On February 23, 2011, a group of holders of RMBS certificates represented by Plaintiffs' lawyer David Grais filed a breach of contract claim against Countrywide Home Loans (now part of Bank of America) in New York State court, alleging that they were defrauded into purchasing over $1 billion in RMBS. The plaintiffs, who allege that they collectively own more than 25% of the voting rights in the issuer, sue derivatively on behalf of the Trustee, the Bank of New York Mellon, which is named as a nominal defendant. Plaintiffs ask the court to enforce a buyback provision in the Pooling and Servicing agreement or alternatively to award damages. Complaint.