July 6, 2015
- Quicken Loans Inc. argues that its suit against the federal government is valid because it is more than just a fraud case. It claims that it is about broader issues with government housing programs.
- A class action suit against JPMorgan Chase Bank NA will not be dismissed over failure to file timely mortgage satisfactions even though one of the plaintiffs rejected a settlement offer for more than she could get from a court judgment.
- An administrative judge denied that the SEC had shown fraud in commercial mortgage-backed securities suit against Standard & Poor’s former executive, Barbara Duka, because the SEC failed to show that S&P had done anything wrong, let alone Duka.
- IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG’s suit against Goldman Sachs Group Inc. remains intact for losses after a $73.2 million purchase of residential mortgage-backed securities. Goldman Sachs argued that the suit was beyond the German 3-year statute of limitations.
- Law360 compiles lists of “The Top Banking Cases In The First Half of 2015.”