Posted a comment at the WSJ site:
While in Florida, FBI and others are investigating attorneys, who fraudulently represented lenders and mortgage service companies, in California all efforts are made to deny homeowners access to legal representation in attempting to protect themselves against fraud by lenders.
Then again, the US and state governments have accepted "bribes" amounting to billions of dollars from the same lenders, to "settle" their fraud against home owners...
On the other hand, indisputable evidence of racketeering by Bank of America and its attorneys in the California courts is never investigated. [1-4]
After reviewing similar evidence submitted by Human Rights Alert (NGO) for the first ever review of Human Rights in the United States, the 2010 Staff Report of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations concluded:
"Corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California". 
In short: As documented again and again, the US and state governments today collude with lenders to extort homeowners under the guise of legal actions in the courts.
We live in a Robber Baron Revival Era!
Joseph Zernik, PhD
Human Rights Alert (NGO)
 10-05-05 Countrywide, Bank of America [NYSE;BAC], and its President Brian Moynihan Compilation of Records Evidence of Racketeering
 10-05-05 Chairs of US Congress Committees of the Judiciary and Banking Are Requested to Join Senator Feinstein's Inquiries on Comptroller of the Currency
 10-07-06 Complaint Filed with US Attorney Office Los Angeles Against Moynihan Bank of America [NYSE:BAC] Bryan Cave LLP Alleging Racketeering
 10-07-06 Complaint Filed with US Attorney Office, Los Angeles, Against Brian Moynihan, Bank of America [NYSE:BAC], Bryan Cave LLP, Alleging Racketeering and Large Scale Financial Institution Fraud
 10-04-19 Human Rights Alert (NG0) submission to the United Nations Human Rights Council for the 2010 Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States as incorporated into the UPR staff report, with reference to "corruption of the courts and the legal profession".