A legal reserve created by State Street Corp., Boston, to deal with law suits filed against the company over subprime mortgage investments by one of its subsidiaries may not be large enough to cover what the company might eventually have to pay out.

In 2007, State Street established a $625 million reserve to cover legal proceedings, of which $432 million has been paid out, leaving $193 million available.

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