Representation of a Fortune 100 financial institution when a group of more than 40 plaintiffs sued the entities that originated their mortgages, seeking rescission of those mortgages. Plaintiffs advanced a novel claim challenging the sale or transfer of servicing rights premised on the argument that when they entered into their mortgages, they did not know that the servicing rights to those mortgages could be sold to other entities. Defendants pointed to the numerous documents that the plaintiffs signed during the mortgage process, which clearly indicated the servicing rights to their mortgages could be sold or transferred. The district court dismissed the claims with prejudice and without leave to amend. The plaintiffs appealed arguing that they plausibly stated a claim for rescission. The Tenth Circuit agreed and found that the plaintiffs had failed to state a plausible claim.