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Failed Bank Investors' Securities Suit Dismissed

On January 14, 2011, in a ruling that could have implications for other failed bank investors' securities class action lawsuits, Northern District of Georgia Judge Charles A. Pannell, Jr . granted defendants' motions to dismiss the securities suit that had been brought by investors in the failed...

FDIC Pursues Litigation Against Failed Banks - Slowly

The FDIC's pursuit of litigation against directors and officers of banks that have failed as part of the current round of bank failures has been moving forward, albeit at a deliberate pace. The agency's litigation efforts advanced a couple of steps in recent days, as the agency filed an additional...

FDIC Files Latest Lawsuit In Its Role As Receiver Of Failed Bank

In the FDIC's latest lawsuit filed in its role as receiver of a failed bank, the FDIC not only named as defendants nineteen former directors and officers of the failed bank, but also included as defendants seventeen of their spouses and the failed bank's D&O insurer. A copy of the FDIC's...

FDIC's Failed Bank Litigation Could Reach 86 Lawsuits, NERA Economic Consulting Projects

In a May 31, 2012 study of the FDIC failed bank litigation that contains a number of interesting observations and projections, NERA Economic Consulting projects at the current filing rate, the FDIC's failed bank litigation ultimately could total 86 lawsuits, or much as 20% of all banks that have...