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The False Claims Act and Financial Institutions: A New Role for an Old Statute – Covington & Burling LLP

The False Claims Act and Financial Institutions: A New Role for an Old Statute – Covington & Burling LLP

The False Claims Act and Financial Institutions: A New Role for an Old Statute

D. Jean Veta
Ethan M. Posner
Benjamin J. Razi

Covington & Burling LLP

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6 Responses to “The False Claims Act and Financial Institutions: A New Role for an Old Statute – Covington & Burling LLP”

  1. Sarah says:

    Ah yes, CB. John Dugan, Eric Holder, MERS, TBTF.

  2. Loo the Lawrence Nardi deposition and Michelle Sjolander and John Kemp depositions, where the bank employees state the notes dont exhist and were never transferred from the originator to the criminal foreclosing debt collector attempting to collect an uncollecable debt. And the Deutsche Bank V FDIC. WAMU, Chase lawsuit where Deutsche Bank clams The notes were not transferred timele therefore faulty. VOID is more like it.

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