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CoreLogic, Inc. Case Update

CoreLogic decided to stop paying most of their arbitration bills. This effects the claims of approximately 111 individuals. CoreLogic raised several “threshold issues” it wanted resolved before it paid any more filing fees. Both the Judge and the AAA (the group administering the arbitrations) said that CoreLogic had to take that question up with an arbitrator—after paying fees. Rather than continuing to push their weak argument, CoreLogic decided to cut its losses for every single arbitration filed outside of California and Minnesota. On Monday, AAA issued its decision closing 111 cases.