Recent News

Categories:

Possible Lawsuit: Foreclosure Deficiency Judgement Lawsuit

Home Page Potential Lawsuit Lawsuits against Deficiency Judgements after ForeclosureAnti-deficiency laws exist in some states to prevent lenders from going after borrowers for money owed after a home is foreclosed on. These anti-deficiency statutes, however, have not stopped all lenders from attempting to collect on money they feel they

Read More 0 Comments

Law Suit Filed: Wells Fargo Faces Mortgage Lending Violations Class Action Lawsuit

April 14 2014Los Angeles, CA: Wells Fargo Bank NA is facing a potential consumer banking and lending violations class action lawsuit alleging it violated California consumer laws by billing late fees to, or foreclosing on, state homeowners who had loan modification applications pending with the bank. The lawsuit, Garcia

Read More 0 Comments

Law Suit Filed: Marathon Oil Faces Class Action over Detroit Refinery Explosion

May 6 2013
Detroit, MI: An environmental class action lawsuit alleging property damage has been filed against the Marathon Oil following an explosion and fire at the refinery in Melvindale on April 27.Two law firms, Hertz Schram and Macuga, Liddle & Dubin, have filed the class action lawsuit which

Read More 0 Comments

Law Suit Filed: ExxonMobil Faces Class Action Lawsuit over Arkansas Pegasus Pipeline Tar Sands Spill

April 9 2013
Houston, TX: ExxonMobil is facing an environmental class action lawsuit over damage caused by the March 29 Pegusus Pipeline rupture and oil spill in Arkansas. The massive leak spewed at least 19,000 barrels of heavy Canadian crude oil into the streets, gardens and homes in the

Read More 0 Comments

Settlement: Citigroup to Pay $730M in Subprime Mortgage Securities Class Action

March 19 2013
New York, NY: Citigroup has agreed to pay $730 million to settle a securities class-action lawsuit filed by investors four years ago. The settlement is reportedly the second largest resulting from litigation over subprime mortgage-backed securities in 2006-2008.The class action, filed by the Arkansas Teacher Retirement

Read More 0 Comments

Law Suit Filed: Festiva Timeshare Owners File Class Action Lawsuit

March 13 2013
Orlando, Fl: A deceptive practices class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of timeshare owners at Festiva’s Orlando Resort, formerly known as Celebration World Resort, alleging that the resort’s developers and managers have engaged in unfair and deceptive practices in the sale of timeshare upgrades

Read More 0 Comments

Settlement: Chevron to Pay $40M in Asbestos Class Action Lawsuit

February 18 2013
Denver, CO: A$40 million settlement has been reached in an environmental class action brought by northern Colorado landowners against Chevron Corp. The lawsuit alleged asbestos contamination to the land.The settlement, reached late in January, will see Chevron pay $32.5 million in cash to the landowners in

Read More 0 Comments

Settlement: Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Agree $557M Settlement in Consumer Banking Abuses

January 16 2013
Washington, DC: The Federal Reserve has reached a settlement with Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs over alleged loan servicing and foreclosure abuses. Under the terms of the settlement, reported by CNNMoney.com, Morgan Stanley will provide $97 million in direct cash payments to borrowers and $130 million

Read More 1 Comment

Man Arrested, Strip Searched for Photographing Cops Gets $125K

A man who was arrested and strip searched after taking photographs of New York City Police Department officers has reached a $125,000 settlement with the city.
Dick George filed a federal lawsuit against the city for police misconduct after being arrested for disorderly conduct in 2012, reports the New

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-Bankrupt Detroit offered bigger loan secured by art

Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:35pm EDT

(In paragraph 11, FGIC changes statement to say “billions of
dollars” instead of “more than $2 billion.”)
By Karen PierogAug 27 (Reuters) – A New York-based specialty finance group
is ready to loan Detroit as much as $4 billion, double its
previous offer,

CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-Bankrupt Detroit offered bigger loan secured by art

Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:35pm EDT

(In paragraph 11, FGIC changes statement to say “billions of
dollars” instead of “more than $2 billion.”)
By Karen PierogAug 27 (Reuters) – A New York-based specialty finance group
is ready to loan Detroit as much as $4 billion, double its
previous offer,

Settlement: $9.5M Settlement Reached in Lowe’s Managers’ Unpaid Overtime Class Action Lawsuit

August 27 2014Los Angeles, CA: A $9.5 million settlement has been reached in an unpaid overtime class action pending against Lowe’s Home Centers Inc. The lawsuit was brought by the big box DYI store’s human resources managers’ who alleged they were misclassified as being exempt from overtimeFiled in August

Geithner?s Lawyer Defends Redactions in S&P Litigation

Amanda Bronstad, The National Law Journal

August 27, 2014

   | 

Choose Existing Folder

Your (Article, Chart, Blog) was successfully saved to your folder My Default Folder
Don’t forget you can visit My Briefcase to manage your folders at any time.

Former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is fighting a request