Federal Judge Grants FDIC's Motion To Strike Jury Demand In Receiver Suit

Federal Judge Grants FDIC's Motion To Strike Jury Demand In Receiver Suit

DETROIT - A federal judge on March 21 granted the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s motion to strike the plaintiff's jury demand in a suit in which the former general counsel for a bank taken into receivership by the FDIC sued the FDIC in an attempt to recover attorney fees for work the firm did before the bank went into receivership (Commercial Law Corp., P.C. v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.,  No. 10-13275, E.D. Mich.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 38013).

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