``[The] two briefs, which have minimal redactions, are only the beginning of the end for Countrywide, BofA and MBIA. We're still going to see redacted briefs on BofA's liability, plus most of the documents supporting both sides' arguments on both points. Then will come reply briefs and Bransten's rulings. At the hearing last week, Selendy agitated for a trial date in the spring. Wouldn't it be something if Bransten took the bank and the bond insurer at their word and decided the case just on summary judgment? By my read of the briefs, it really could happen.''

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