The NCUA won a big legal victory Aug. 27 when the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled the regulator can proceed with its claims against Wall Street firms over mortgage backed securities sold to the failed U.S. Central Federal Credit Union.
Judge Wu says agency waited too long to file claim over failed securities, same reason Kansas City case was dismissed.
Lawyers for Wachovia Capital Markets filed documents in Kansas City Federal Court asking the court to dismiss NCUA’s securities fraud case against the firm now owned by Wells Fargo. Central to Wachovia’s argument is a question that has haunted the NCUA ever since the collapse of U.S. Central FCU: Why...
Filings in suit over U.S. Central losses show bank says corporates knew the risks of investing in mortgage-backed securities.
Former WesCorp Chief Financial Officer Todd Lane and his legal team have asked U.S. District Judge George Wu’s Los Angeles federal court to drop WestCorp's case against him, pay his legal fees and award him damages, according to legal documents filed Apr. 4. Lane also demanded a jury trial.
In new counterclaim, Todd Lane also asks for agency's claims against him to be dropped and for his legal fees to be paid.
California judge says they have to wait until their case is cleared and then can file as creditors of the failed corporate.
Defendants in the litigation flowing from the liquidation of the Western Federal Corporate Credit Union have served notice that they want to depose the NCUA in the case.
No financial terms were announced in the settlement between Timothy Sidley, the failed corporate’s former chief risk officer, and the NCUA.
Defendants in the litigation flowing from the liquidation of Western Federal Corporate Credit Union have served notice to depose the NCUA Board.