Alarming details charged in the collapse of Butler & Hosch

Alarming details charged in the collapse of Butler & Hosch

Lawsuits allege phony billings, bogus invoices and millions in fake accounts receivables

Digital Risk: These 10 charts fully explain Millennials and home buying

70% will want a mortgage within 5 years

EXCLUSIVE: Morris Schneider Wittstadt officially files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Butler & Hosch sale, Dustin Johnson lawsuit severely impacted firm
W S
Lending / The Ticker

Bank of America lawsuit over AIG disclosure dismissed

legal pillars
/ Print / Reprints /
| Share More
/ Text Size+

According to Reuters, Bank of America (BAC) has won the dismissal of a lawsuit  accusing the mega bank of concealing a $10 billion fraud case brought by American International Group.  

In a decision made public on Monday, U.S. District Judge John Koeltl in Manhattan said the second-largest U.S. bank was not required to disclose the alleged imminence of the AIG lawsuit, or the scope of potential losses.

AIG sued Bank of America on August 8, 2011, alleging misrepresentations about the quality of more than $28 billion of mortgage-backed securities it bought from the bank and its Countrywide and Merrill Lynch units. Bank of America shares fell 20.3 percent on the day that case was filed.

Source: Reuters
Read full story

Recent Articles by HousingWire Staff

Comments powered by Disqus