Schneiderman Files Suit Against Credit Suisse for Securities Fraud, Days After SEC Settled Same Conduct

By: Tuesday November 20, 2012 11:55 am

Continuing on the theme of prosecutions for fraud during the housing collapse, though in this case civil rather than criminal ones, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman just announced a new lawsuit against Credit Suisse for defrauding investors in its mortgage backed securities business. The case mirrors the previous suit filed by Schneiderman against JPMorgan [...]

Those Hoping for “Large Damages” from JPMorgan MBS Lawsuit Bound to Be Disappointed

By: Tuesday October 2, 2012 12:25 pm

I can actually agree with a lot in Alison Frankel’s assessment of the New York Attorney General’s lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase over mortgage backed securities deficiencies. She’s right to express all the ways in which this is a cynical case, building on years-old legal work from bond insurers and investors. But she follows with this: [...]

Schneiderman Sues JPMorgan Chase; Lawsuit Mirrors Old Cases

By: Monday October 1, 2012 11:47 pm

Late yesterday, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a lawsuit made up of years-old evidence against JPMorgan Chase, over deceptive practices related to the sale of $87 billion in Bear Stearns mortgage-backed securities at the height of the housing bubble. The lawsuit is closely modeled after one brought against the same defendants by the [...]

An Army of Schneidermans: Court Finds Private Right of Action in Securities Fraud Law in New York

By: Tuesday December 20, 2011 11:35 am

People in the know claim this is a huge ruling in New York, and it’s not hard to see why. A decade after then Attorney General Eliot Spitzer dusted off the long dormant Martin Act and deployed it to become the “Sheriff of Wall Street,” the Court of Appeals has essentially deputized private citizens in [...]

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