On February 23, 2011, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California remanded to state court an action by Charles Schwab Corporation against 27 defendants concerning alleged misrepresentations in connection with 37 different RMBS purchases across 36 different securitizations. Two defendants had argued that the federal court had jurisdiction over the case because the action "relates to bankruptcy" due to the fact that 262 of the underlying loans were originated by a bankrupt entity who would owe the defendants an indemnity for any misrepresentations on those loans. Without answering whether the indemnity claims at issue were enough to trigger "related to" jurisdiction, the court relied on its equitable power to return the case to state court because any connection to the bankruptcy case was "very, very remote." Among other things, the court noted that the 262 loans constituted only 5.5% in one of the 36 securitizations at issue, and that the plaintiffs were not asserting any misrepresentations in connection with those particular loans. Order.