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IN RE MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (MERS) LITIGATION by JAMES A. TEILBORG, Senior District Judge | The judicial lower court damn protecting MERS for a decade is starting to crumble in the Ninth Circuit

IN RE MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (MERS) LITIGATION by JAMES A. TEILBORG, Senior District Judge | The judicial lower court damn protecting MERS for a decade is starting to crumble in the Ninth Circuit

H/T Gary Dubin & Leagle

IN RE MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (MERS) LITIGATION Case No. MD 09-02119-PHX-JAT, No. CV 10-01547-PHX-JAT.

IN RE MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (MERS) LITIGATION THIS DOCUMENT RELATES TO: Stejic v. Aurora Loan Services, LLC, et al. CV 10-01547-PHX-JAT.
United States District Court, D. Arizona.
May 28, 2015.

Doug Moreau, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Eric Mesi, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Fred Mesi, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Richard F Lee, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Aunetta M Roach, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Sabrina M Caffee, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC, Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Jonathon E Sieben, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC4>, Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Tammy Vo, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Stuart M Ellifritz, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
David R McConathy, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
William C Barlow, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Christina Sage, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Clyde Kelley, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Ronald E Freeto, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC, Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Robert L Fitzgerald, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Merrily Whalen, Plaintiff, represented by Jeffrey D Conway, Rosenfeld Roberson & Rinato.
Michael Greene, Plaintiff, represented by Jeffrey D Conway, Rosenfeld Roberson & Rinato.
Michael Greene, Plaintiff, represented by Jeffrey D Conway, Rosenfeld Roberson & Rinato.
Andrea G Saniel, Plaintiff, represented by Jeffrey D Conway, Rosenfeld Roberson & Rinato.
Connie Kwok, Plaintiff, represented by Jeffrey D Conway, Rosenfeld Roberson & Rinato.
Amira Berilo, Plaintiff, represented by Jacob L Hafter, Law Offices of Jacob Hafter & Associates.
Edward T Fitzwater, Plaintiff, represented by Jacob L Hafter, Law Offices of Jacob Hafter & Associates.
Michael H Evans, Plaintiff, represented by Jacob L Hafter, Law Offices of Jacob Hafter & Associates.
Alan Kartman, Plaintiff, represented by Jacob L Hafter, Law Offices of Jacob Hafter & Associates.
Russell D Bricker, Plaintiff, represented by Jacob L Hafter, Law Offices of Jacob Hafter & Associates.
Philip Golding, Plaintiff, represented by Jacob L Hafter, Law Offices of Jacob Hafter & Associates.
Mark Mausert, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Veronika Lucie Zdenkova, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Kylee Riehm, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Rowan Riehm, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Cynthia F Roberts, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC & Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Bryan Mikulaco, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Melva D Tyler, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Steven M Tyler, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Rafael Gutierrez, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Jason A Gothan, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Rosalynn R Gothan, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Tonya M Foster, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Christopher J Sieben, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Robert J Funk, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Duane J Sanchez, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Robert C Kelley, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Sally Kelley, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Kurt B Ludlow, Plaintiff, represented by Jeffrey D Conway, Rosenfeld Roberson & Rinato.
Charlie G Habon, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Martha Lopez, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Jonathan Pierce, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Jose Portillo, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
David Stinnett, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Tina Stinnett, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Robert C Sedlmayr, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Jose Camacho-Villa, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Michelle Camacho-Villa, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Merly CS Riger, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne, Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne & William Albert Nebeker, Koeller Nebeker Carlson & Haluck LLP.
David J Freeman, Plaintiff, represented by Glenn Walters, Sr., Glenn Walters Attorney at Law PA.
Henry B Youmans, Jr., Plaintiff, represented by Glenn Walters, Sr., Glenn Walters Attorney at Law PA.
Eric A Gothan, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Terreia L Gothan, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Herous Yeghiyaian, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Nelson Sandefur, Jr., Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Nelson Sandefur, Jr., Plaintiff, represented by Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Denise Spracklin, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
J E Scott Spracklin, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne & Treva J Hearne, Hager & Hearne.
Steven Meyer, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Michael D Van Blaircom, Plaintiff, represented by Robert R Hager, Hager & Hearne.
Milan Stejic, Plaintiff, represented by Beth Findsen, Law Office of Beth K Findsen PLLC.
Laurie S Bilyea, Plaintiff, represented by William Albert Nebeker, Koeller Nebeker Carlson & Haluck LLP & Donald O Loeb, Donald O Loeb PLC.
Thomas W Bilyea, Plaintiff, represented by William Albert Nebeker, Koeller Nebeker Carlson & Haluck LLP & Donald O Loeb, Donald O Loeb PLC.
Raymond G Harnist, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Maria Vega, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Abdolhamid Ahmadi, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Dustin Rollins, Plaintiff, represented by John R Ates, Ates Law Firm PC & David C Ates, David Ates PC.
Juanita Faye Pualani Lee, Plaintiff, represented by Frederick J Arensmeyer, Dubin Law Offices & Gary Victor Dubin, Dubin Law Offices.
Lady Jennifer Barone, Plaintiff, represented by Valerie Robinson Edwards, Koeller Nebeker Carlson & Haluck LLP & William Albert Nebeker, Koeller Nebeker Carlson & Haluck LLP.
Alan E Grundel, Plaintiff, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
Gwendell L Philpot, Plaintiff, represented by Joe Ramon Whatley, Jr, Whatley Drake & Kallas LLC & Nicholas B Roth, Eyster Key Tubb Roth Middleton & Adams LLP.
Annette Green Philpot, Plaintiff, represented by Joe Ramon Whatley, Jr, Whatley Drake & Kallas LLC & Nicholas B Roth, Eyster Key Tubb Roth Middleton & Adams LLP.
Phil Rutherford, Plaintiff, represented by Tory M Pankopf.
Pamela Penny-Rutherford, Plaintiff, represented by Tory M Pankopf.
GE Money Bank, Defendant, represented by Andrew R Louis, Buckley Sandler LLP, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Keith Beauchamp, Coppersmith Brockelman PLC, Matthew P Previn, Buckley Sandler LLP, Richard J Sahatjian, Buckley Sandler LLP & Roopali H Desai, Coppersmith Brockelman PLC.
WMC Mortgage Corporation, Defendant, represented by Maureen Beyers, Osborn Maledon PA & William J Maledon, Osborn Maledon PA.
Wells Fargo Bank NA, Defendant, represented by Barbara J Dawson, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, John Michael DeStefano, III, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Robert J Gibson, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
America’s Servicing Company, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
MERSCORP Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Shayna Fernandez Watts, Bryan Cave LLP, Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Elliot S Blut, Ecoff Blut & Salomons, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, J Matthew Goodin, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, James R Condo, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Natalia Burnett, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, P Russell Perdew, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP & Robert M Brochin, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP.

Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Shayna Fernandez Watts, Bryan Cave LLP, Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Douglas Anthony Toleno, Aldridge Pite LLP, Elliot S Blut, Ecoff Blut & Salomons, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Gregg A Hubley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Gregory N Blase, K&L Gates LLP, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, J Matthew Goodin, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, James R Condo, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Jessica Renee Kenney, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Kent F Larsen, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Lane C Hornfeck, Sarn OToole Marcus & Fisher, Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA, Matthew Allen Silverman, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Natalia Burnett, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, P Russell Perdew, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Paul M Levine, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Peter E Dunkley, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Robert Bruce Allensworth, K&L Gates LLP, Robert M Brochin, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Robert Wayne Norman, Jr., Houser & Allison APC, AZ, Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ, Stephanie EW Thompson, Starn OToole Marcus & Fisher & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Countrywide Home Loans Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP, U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory W Falls, Sherman & Howard LLC, AZ, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Howard S Lindenberg, Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, Jill L Nicholson, Foley & Lardner LLP, Mark S Landman, Landman Corsi Ballaine & Ford PC, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP & Robert J Gibson, Snell & Wilmer LLP.
Federal National Mortgage Association, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Howard S Lindenberg, Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, James R Condo, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Jill L Nicholson, Foley & Lardner LLP, Joanne Lee, Foley & Lardner LLP, Jonathan W Garlough, Foley & Lardner LLP, Mark S Landman, Landman Corsi Ballaine & Ford PC, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP & William J McKenna, Foley & Lardner LLP.
GMAC Mortgage Group LLC, Defendant, represented by Felicia Y Yu, Reed Smith LLP, Henry F Reichner, Reed Smith LLP, Ira Steven Lefton, Reed Smith LLP & Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP.
National City Mortgage, Defendant, represented by Abran E Vigil, Ballard Spahr LLP, Brian Schulman, Ballard Spahr LLP, AZ & David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Defendant, represented by Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Daniel D Maynard, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Danielle J Szukala, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, David R Hall, Parsons Behle & Latimer LLC, Douglas Cameron Erickson, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Gregory N Blase, K&L Gates LLP, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Kent F Larsen, Smith Larsen & Wixom, LeAnn Pedersen Pope, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC & Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered.
CitiMortgage Incorporated, Defendant, represented by James A Ryan, Quarles & Brady LLP, AZ, Lauren Elliott Stine, Quarles & Brady LLP, AZ, Lucia Nale, Mayer Brown LLP & Thomas V Panoff, Mayer Brown LLP.
HSBC Mortgage Corporation USA, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Joseph E Anthony, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP & Robert J Gibson, Snell & Wilmer LLP.
AIG United Guaranty Corporation, Defendant, represented by Patrick Michael Klein, II, Fennemore Craig & Todd Stephen Kartchner, Fennemore Craig PC, AZ.
Bank of America NA, Defendant, represented by Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Jacob D Bundick, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
America’s Wholesale Lender, Defendant, represented by Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Executive Trustee Services LLC, Defendant, represented by Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Gregg A Hubley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, Henry F Reichner, Reed Smith LLP, Ira Steven Lefton, Reed Smith LLP & Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP.
National City Corporation, Defendant, represented by Brian Schulman, Ballard Spahr LLP, AZ & David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
PNC Financial Services Incorporated, Defendant, represented by David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
MortgageIT Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Karen A Braje, Kristine Huajean Chen, Lorenzo Gasparetti, Reed Smith LLP, Brian Jay Schulman, Greenberg Traurig LLP & Laura Elizabeth Sixkiller, Greenberg Traurig LLP.
Deutsche Bank, Defendant, represented by Karen A Braje, Kristine Huajean Chen & Lorenzo Gasparetti, Reed Smith LLP.
Aurora Loan Services LLC, Defendant, represented by Jason Levi Sanders, Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell LLP, Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, J Matthew Goodin, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, Jessica Renee Kenney, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Jordan Michael Smith, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Justin Donald Balser, Akerman LLP, Kristin A Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus, Matthew Allen Silverman, McCarthy Holthus Levine, P Russell Perdew, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, Paul M Levine, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Robert Wayne Norman, Jr., Houser & Allison APC, AZ & Thomas J Cunningham, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP.
Litton Loan Servicing LP, Defendant, represented by Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Gregory N Blase, K&L Gates LLP, Gregory Michael Monaco, Mack Watson & Stratman PLC, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Robert Bruce Allensworth, K&L Gates LLP & Stephen M Dichter, Christian Dichter & Sluga PC.
ReconTrust Company, Defendant, represented by Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP, U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
CR Title Services Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Lauren Elliott Stine, Quarles & Brady LLP, AZ, Lucia Nale, Mayer Brown LLP & Thomas V Panoff, Mayer Brown LLP.
Housekey Financial Corporation, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ & Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP.
American Home Mortgage Servicing Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Andrew R Louis, Buckley Sandler LLP, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Matthew P Previn, Buckley Sandler LLP & Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP.
Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Defendant, represented by Neil A Ackerman, Neil Ackerman Esq LLC & Zachary T Ball, Fidelity National Law Group.
National Default Servicing Corporation, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gregory L Wilde, Tiffany & Bosco PA & Jonathan D Fink, Wright Finlay & Zak LLP.
Quality Loan Service Corporation, Defendant, represented by Kristin A Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus.
Bank of New York Mellon, Defendant, represented by Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP, Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Danielle J Szukala, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, David R Hall, Parsons Behle & Latimer LLC, Gregory N Blase, K&L Gates LLP, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & LeAnn Pedersen Pope, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC.
MidFirst Bank, Defendant, represented by Kristin A Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus.
Midland Mortgage Company, Defendant, represented by Abran E Vigil, Ballard Spahr LLP, Kristin A Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus & Shane Jasmine Young, Ballard Spahr LLP.
National City Bank, Defendant, represented by David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
Bank of New York Mellon, Defendant, represented by Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Danielle J Szukala, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, LeAnn Pedersen Pope, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Bank of New York, Defendant, represented by Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
First Franklin Financial Corporation, Defendant, represented by Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Peter E Dunkley, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
First Horizon Home Loan Corporation, Defendant, represented by Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Jacob D Bundick, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
LaSalle Bank NA, Defendant, represented by J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis & Roca LLP, Emily Snow Cates, Lewis & Roca LLP Office, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Merrill Lynch & Company Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP & U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Bank of America NA, Defendant, represented by Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP, U Gwyn Williams, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
EMC Mortgage Corporation, Defendant, represented by Danielle J Szukala, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, David R Hall, Parsons Behle & Latimer LLC, Jay Earl Smith, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom & LeAnn Pedersen Pope, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC.
California Reconveyance Company, Defendant, represented by Danielle J Szukala, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, David R Hall, Parsons Behle & Latimer LLC, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Kent F Larsen, Smith Larsen & Wixom & LeAnn Pedersen Pope, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC.
Signature Group Holdings Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Karl L Nielson, Jones Vargas.
GRP Financial Services Corporation, Defendant, represented by Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP.
GRP Loan LLC, Defendant, represented by Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP.
GSAA Home Equity Trust 2006-16, Defendant, represented by Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Jacob D Bundick, Akerman Senterfitt LLP & Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP.
MERSCORP Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Elliot S Blut, Ecoff Blut & Salomons, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Natalia Burnett, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Patrick Gerard Byrne, Snell & Wilmer LLP & Robert M Brochin, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP.
Danita F Fallen, Defendant, represented by Thomas P Beko, Erickson Thorpe & Swainston Limited.
Geneva Martrakus, Defendant, represented by Thomas P Beko, Erickson Thorpe & Swainston Limited.
Western Exchange Services Corporation, Defendant, represented by Thomas P Beko, Erickson Thorpe & Swainston Limited.
Western Title Company Incorporated, Defendant, represented by James M Walsh, Walsh Baker & Rosevear PC & Thomas P Beko, Erickson Thorpe & Swainston Limited.
Carrington Mortgage Services LLC, Defendant, represented by Jonathan D Fink, Wright Finlay & Zak LLP.
First Centennial Title, Defendant, represented by James M Walsh, Walsh Baker & Rosevear PC.
HSBC Bank USA NA, Defendant, represented by Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered & Rachel Erin Donn, Meier & Fine LLC.
BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Defendant, represented by Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Greenhead Investments Incorporated, Defendant, represented by John Patrick Flynn, Dioguardi Flynn LLP, Peter Jon Moolenaar, Dioguardi Flynn LLP & Todd Alan Williams, Dioguardi Flynn LLP.
Greenpoint Mortgage Funding Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Greenpoint Mortgage Funding Incorporated.
Regional Service Corporation, Defendant, represented by Joe John Andrew Solseng, Robins Tait PS.
Sierra Pacific Mortgage Services Incorporated, Defendant, represented by John Patrick Flynn, Dioguardi Flynn LLP & Todd Alan Williams, Dioguardi Flynn LLP.
Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC, Defendant, represented by Ashley H Chalmers, OMelveny & Myers LLP, Brian P Brooks, OMelveny & Myers LLP Eye St., Elizabeth Lemond McKeen, OMelveny & Myers LLP & Randall W Edwards, OMelveny & Myers LLP.
Western Progressive Trustee LLC, Defendant, represented by Ashley H Chalmers, OMelveny & Myers LLP, Elizabeth Lemond McKeen, OMelveny & Myers LLP & Randall W Edwards, OMelveny & Myers LLP.
Aztec Foreclosure Corporation, Defendant, represented by Jonathan D Fink, Wright Finlay & Zak LLP.
Lehman Brothers Bank FSB, Defendant, represented by Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, J Matthew Goodin, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, Jessica Renee Kenney, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Matthew Allen Silverman, McCarthy Holthus Levine, P Russell Perdew, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP & Paul M Levine, McCarthy Holthus Levine.
Kumud Patel, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
Countrywide Financial Corporation, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
Countrywide Bank FSB, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
Lisa Klimenko, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP, Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
National City Bank, Defendant, represented by Brian Schulman, Ballard Spahr LLP, AZ & David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
National City Corporation, Defendant, represented by David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
National City Mortgage, Defendant, represented by Abran E Vigil, Ballard Spahr LLP, Brian Schulman, Ballard Spahr LLP, AZ & David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
PNC Financial Services Group Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Brian Schulman, Ballard Spahr LLP, AZ & David H Pittinsky, Ballard Spahr LLP.
CEREF REO II LLC, Defendant, represented by L Joe Coppedge, Coppedge Emmel & Klegerman.
Specialized Loan Servicing LLC, Defendant, represented by Specialized Loan Servicing LLC.
Stewart Title of Northern Nevada, Defendant, represented by Christian L Moore, Lemons Grundy & Eisenberg & Douglas R Brown, Lemons Grundy & Eisenberg.
HSBC Bank USA, Defendant, represented by Marilyn Fine, Meier & Fine LLC, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered & Rachel Erin Donn, Meier & Fine LLC.
IndyMac Federal Bank FSB, Defendant, represented by Marilyn Fine, Meier & Fine LLC.
OneWest Bank, Defendant, represented by Kristin A Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus & Marilyn Fine, Meier & Fine LLC.
JPMorgan Chase, Defendant, represented by Danielle J Szukala, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, LeAnn Pedersen Pope, Burke Warren MacKay & Serritella PC & Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered.
Chase Home Finance LLC, Defendant, represented by Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Shayna Fernandez Watts, Bryan Cave LLP, Jay Earl Smith, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Jennifer Ann Reiter, Maynard Cronin Erickson Curran & Reiter PLC, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom & Kent F Larsen, Smith Larsen & Wixom.
TD Service Company, Defendant, represented by Gregory L Wilde, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Cooper Castle Law Firm LLP, Defendant, represented by Aaron Michael Waite, Weinstein Pinson & Riley PS.
U.S. Bank NA, Defendant, represented by Barbara J Dawson, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP, Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Gregory N Blase, K&L Gates LLP, Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Bank of America, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ.
Cal-Western Reconveyance Corporation, Defendant, represented by Gregg A Hubley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Jessica Renee Kenney, McCarthy Holthus Levine, Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP, Matthew Allen Silverman, McCarthy Holthus Levine & Paul M Levine, McCarthy Holthus Levine.
Bank of New York, Defendant, represented by Brian M Forbes, K&L Gates LLP, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Gregory N Blase, K&L Gates LLP, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered & Robert Bruce Allensworth, K&L Gates LLP.
Lime Financial Services Limited, Defendant, represented by Aaron Michael Waite, Weinstein Pinson & Riley PS.
IndyMac Bank FSB, Defendant, represented by Kristin A Schuler-Hintz, McCarthy & Holthus & Marilyn Fine, Meier & Fine LLC.
Equity One Incorporated, Defendant, represented by David R Hall, Parsons Behle & Latimer LLC.
First Centennial Title Company of Nevada, Defendant, represented by James M Walsh, Walsh Baker & Rosevear PC.
Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Defendant, represented by Jami Wintz McKeon, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Jeremy S Gladstone, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Peter E Dunkley, Wolfe & Wyman LLP & Ryan W Herrick, Jones Vargas.
First Franklin, Defendant, represented by Peter E Dunkley, Wolfe & Wyman LLP.
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Shayna Fernandez Watts, Bryan Cave LLP, Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Elliot S Blut, Ecoff Blut & Salomons, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, Gary E Schnitzer, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom, Lane C Hornfeck, Sarn OToole Marcus & Fisher, Melanie D Morgan, Kravitz Schnitzer Sloane & Johnson Chartered, Natalia Burnett, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, Peter E Dunkley, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Robert M Brochin, Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP & Stephanie EW Thompson, Starn OToole Marcus & Fisher.
National Default Servicing Corporation, Defendant, represented by Jonathan D Fink, Wright Finlay & Zak LLP.
Chicago Title, Defendant, represented by Douglas D Gerrard, Gerrard Cox Larsen & Sheldon A Herbert, Gerrard Cox Larsen.
BAC Home Loans, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP & Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ.
ReconTrust Company NA, Defendant, represented by Gregory Bryan Iannelli, Bryan Cave LLP, AZ, Robert W Shely, Bryan Cave LLP, Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP, Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Jacob D Bundick, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP, Stefan Mark Palys, Stinson Leonard Street LLP, AZ & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
Fidelity National Title, Defendant, represented by Douglas D Gerrard, Gerrard Cox Larsen, Marybeth Sundstrom, Gerrard Cox Larsen, Sheldon A Herbert, Gerrard Cox Larsen & Zachary T Ball, Fidelity National Law Group.
HSBC Mortgage Services Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP, Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ & Gregory James Marshall, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ.
Credit Suisse First Boston Financial Corporation, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP & Erica Julie Stutman, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ.
BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP, Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
MTC Financial Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Richard Joseph Reynolds, Turner Reynolds Greco & OHara & William Fred Hyder, William F Hyder PC.
AmTrust Bank, Defendant, represented by J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP.
Cal-Western Reconveyance Corporation, Defendant, represented by Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP.
Central Mortgage Company, Defendant, represented by David Winthrop Cowles, Tiffany & Bosco PA, Kevin Patrick Nelson, Tiffany & Bosco PA, Kevin Hahn, Malcolm & Cisneros, Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
First Franklin Loan Services Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Thomas M Hefferon, Goodwin Procter LLP.
GMAC Mortgage LLC, Defendant, represented by Matthew J Christian, Kolesar & Leatham, William D Schuller, Kolesar & Leatham, Douglas Anthony Toleno, Aldridge Pite LLP, Henry F Reichner, Reed Smith LLP, Ira Steven Lefton, Reed Smith LLP, Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP & Michael R Pennington, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
Landmark Onestop Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Beth McNamara Wilson, LandAmerica Financial Group.
Homecomings Financial Company LLC, Defendant, represented by Henry F Reichner, Reed Smith LLP, Ira S Lefton, Reed Smith LLP, Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP & Michael R Pennington, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
Saxon Mortgage Corporation, Defendant, represented by Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, J Matthew Goodin, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP, P Russell Perdew, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP & Thomas J Cunningham, Locke Lord Bissell & Lidell LLP.
SunTrust Mortgage Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Abran E Vigil, Ballard Spahr LLP, Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP, Jacob D Bundick, Akerman Senterfitt LLP & Shane Jasmine Young, Ballard Spahr LLP.
MortgageIT Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Brian Jay Schulman, Greenberg Traurig LLP, Karen A Braje & Laura Elizabeth Sixkiller, Greenberg Traurig LLP.
Countrywide Mortgage Ventures LLC, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
Bank of America Corporation, Defendant, represented by Emily Snow Cates, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP Office, J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP & Ann-Martha Andrews, Lewis & Roca LLP.
John Roussel, Defendant, represented by Ariel E Stern, Akerman Senterfitt LLP & Jacob D Bundick, Akerman Senterfitt LLP.
Stewart Title, Defendant, represented by Christian L Moore, Lemons Grundy & Eisenberg & Douglas R Brown, Lemons Grundy & Eisenberg.
Ticor Title of Nevada Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Douglas D Gerrard, Gerrard Cox Larsen, Marybeth Sundstrom, Gerrard Cox Larsen, Sheldon A Herbert, Gerrard Cox Larsen & Zachary T Ball, Fidelity National Law Group.
GMAC Mortgage, Defendant, represented by Colt B Dodrill, Wolfe & Wyman LLP, Gregg A Hubley, Aldridge Pite LLP & Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP.
Susan Longero, Defendant, represented by Douglas D Gerrard, Gerrard Cox Larsen.
TD Service Company, Defendant, represented by Gregory L Wilde, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
TD Service Company, Defendant, represented by Gregory L Wilde, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Defendant, represented by Barbara J Dawson, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ, John Michael DeStefano, III, Snell & Wilmer LLP, AZ & Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Sierra Pacific Mortgage Company Incorporated, Defendant, represented by John Patrick Flynn, Dioguardi Flynn LLP, Peter Jon Moolenaar, Dioguardi Flynn LLP & Todd Alan Williams, Dioguardi Flynn LLP.
Greentree, Defendant, represented by J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP.
Wells Fargo Home Equity, Defendant, represented by Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Shelter Mortgage Company LLC, Defendant, represented by G Lynn Shumway, Law Office of G Lynn Shumway & Roland P Reynolds, Palmer Lombardi & Donohue LLP.
I.B. Property Holdings LLC, Defendant, represented by Gregory L Wilde, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Fidelity National Default, Defendant, represented by Neil A Ackerman, Neil Ackerman Esq LLC.
IndyMac Mortgage Services, Defendant, represented by Elliot S Blut, Ecoff Blut & Salomons.
Chicago Title Agency of Nevada Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Zachary T Ball, Fidelity National Law Group.
Hometown Mortgage LLC, Defendant, represented by Cynthia Alexander, Snell & Wilmer LLP.
HSBC Bank USA, Defendant, represented by Marilyn Fine, Meier & Fine LLC & Rachel Erin Donn, Meier & Fine LLC.
OneWest Bank FSB, Defendant, represented by Brett J Natarelli, Dykema Gossett PLLC, Marilyn Fine, Meier & Fine LLC & Robin P Wright, Wright Finlay & Zak LLP.
Countrywide Bank NA, Defendant, represented by J Christopher Jorgensen, Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP & Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP.
World Savings Bank FSB, Defendant, represented by Cassie R Stratford, Snell & Wilmer LLP.
E*Trade Financial, Defendant, represented by Jonathan D Dykstra, Severson & Werson & Keegan G Low, Robison Belaustegui Sharp & Robb.
Chase Mortgage, Defendant, represented by Jay Earl Smith, Smith Larsen & Wixom & Joseph T Prete, Smith Larsen & Wixom.
UTLS Default Services LLC, Defendant, represented by Laurel Inman Handley, Aldridge Pite LLP & Douglas Anthony Toleno, Aldridge Pite LLP.
Bank of New York Trust Company NA, Defendant, represented by Douglas Anthony Toleno, Aldridge Pite LLP.
Residential Funding Company LLC, Defendant, represented by Douglas Anthony Toleno, Aldridge Pite LLP & Michael R Pennington, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
MAX Default Services Corporation, Defendant, represented by Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Provident Funding Associates LP, Defendant, represented by Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Security Title Agency Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Michael R Scheurich, Dickinson Wright PLLC & Robert C Brown, Dickinson Wright PLLC.
DLSA Mortgage Loan Trust 2006-AR1, Defendant, represented by Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
DSL Service Company, Defendant, represented by Leonard J McDonald, Jr., Tiffany & Bosco PA & William Morris Fischbach, III, Tiffany & Bosco PA.
Colonial Bank NA, Defendant, represented by Alex J Flangas, Holland & Hart LLP & Tamara Reid, Holland & Hart LLP.
First Horizon Home Loans, Defendant, represented by Joseph F Yenouskas, Goodwin Procter LLP.
Sharon L Grundel, Defendant, represented by Rick Lawton, Law Office of Rick Lawton Esq PC.
MTC Financial Incorporated, Defendant, represented by Richard Joseph Reynolds, Turner Reynolds Greco & OHara & William Fred Hyder, William F Hyder PC.
GMAC Residential Funding Corporation, Defendant, represented by Henry F Reichner, Reed Smith LLP, Ira Steven Lefton, Reed Smith LLP & Michael R Pennington, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP.
Land Home Financial Services, Defendant, represented by Bradley R Bowles, Bowles & Verna LLP & Michael P Connolly, Bowles & Verna LLP.
Federal Housing Finance Agency, Intervenor Defendant, represented by David B Bergman, Arnold & Porter LLP, David D Fauvre, Arnold & Porter LLP, Howard N Cayne, Arnold & Porter LLP, Michael W Large, Laxalt & Nomura Limited, Stephen E Hart, Office of Thrift Supervision & Steven E Guinn, Laxalt & Nomura Limited.

ORDER

JAMES A. TEILBORG, Senior District Judge.

Pending before the Court is Defendant Aurora Loan Services, LLC’s (“Aurora”) motion for judgment on the pleadings (Doc. 1833).

Background

This Court previously granted a motion to dismiss this case. Plaintiffs appealed that decision and the Court of Appeals reversed the dismissal (Doc. 1797). Following remand, Defendants indicated that they intended to again move to dismiss. This Court ordered that if any Defendant again moved to dismiss, such Defendant must address the Rule of Mandate and how this Court could entertain another round of motions to dismiss having already been reversed for dismissing the case (Doc. 1803).

Defendant Aurora filed its motion for judgment on the pleadings and completely failed to comply with this Court’s Order. While the motion filed was called a “motion for judgment on the pleadings,” Aurora advocates throughout the motion that it is decided on the Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6) standard (see, e.g., Doc. 1833 at 3). Thus, the Court does not see a distinction between a motion to dismiss under 12(b)(6) and a motion for judgment on the pleadings for purposes of Defendants’ obligation to comply with the Order at Doc. 1803.

Further, the Court advised Defendant Aurora at the Rule 16 conference that the Court was “surprised” it did not even cite the Court of Appeals decision in the motion for judgment on the pleadings. Aurora’s response was to indicate they would address it only if Plaintiffs addressed it in their response. However, a lawyer should address controlling case law even if the opposing side fails to cite it.1 Moreover, the Court had twice told Defendants that the Court expected the Court of Appeals decision to be addressed. Nonetheless, in their Reply, Aurora still fails to mention it.

Rule of Mandate

…the Ischay court instructed that the “so-called rule of mandate `presents a specific and more binding variant of the law of the case doctrine.’ The rule of mandate requires that, on remand, the lower court’s actions must be consistent with both the letter and the spirit of the higher court’s decision.”Ischay, 383 F.Supp.2d at 1214 (citations omitted).

The court continued:
The rule of mandate is similar to, but broader than, the law of the case doctrine. A district court, upon receiving the mandate of an appellate court cannot vary it or examine it for any other purpose than execution. Thus, a district court could not refuse to dismiss a case when the mandate required it, and a district court could not revisit its already final determinations unless the mandate allowed it[.]

Id., quoting Cote, 51 F.3d at 181 (citations omitted in original). Coto v. Astrue, No. CV 07-3559-PLA, 2008 WL 4642965, at *6 (C.D. Cal. Oct. 20, 2008).

Here, as discussed above, Aurora fails to explain how this Court granting judgment on the pleadings under the exact same legal standard as the 12(b)(6) standard on which this Court has already been reversed would not violate the Rule of Mandate. This Court has reviewed the Opinion of the Court of Appeals and finds that it bars this Court from reconsidering dismissal under 12(b)(6) by way of a 12(c) motion. Accordingly,

IT IS ORDERED that Aurora’s motion for judgment on the pleadings (Doc. 1833; CV 10-1547, Doc. 22) is denied.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiff’s request for oral argument is denied because the parties have been given multiple opportunities to address the issue of concern to the Court and have repeatedly failed to do so. Thus, the Court finds that oral argument would not aid the Court’s decisional process on this topic because the parties will not address it. See e.g., Partridge v. Reich, 141 F.3d 920, 926 (9th Cir. 1998); Lake at Las Vegas Investors Group, Inc. v. Pacific. Dev. Malibu Corp., 933 F.2d 724, 729 (9th Cir. 1991).

IT IS FINALLY ORDERED that the Clerk of the Court shall file a copy of this Order in both cases listed above.
FootNotes

1. Specifically, Aurora argues,
…, even if Stejic’s “and/or” allegation were [sic] generously construed as alleging Aurora caused the Deed to be recorded, Stejic offers zero factual enhancement for this bare allegation. Specifically, Stejic alleges no facts showing how or when Aurora allegedly caused QLS to record the Deed. Purely conclusory allegations of this type are insufficient to state a claim, and this pleading deficiency also requires dismissal. See Haller v. Advanced Indus. Comp. Inc., 13 F.Supp.3d 1027, 1029 (D. Ariz. 2014) (a motion for judgment on the pleadings, like a Rule 12(b)(6) motion, “is directed at the legal sufficiency of the opposing party’s pleadings”) (internal quotation omitted); Twombly, 550 U.S. at 555 (a pleader must provide “more than labels and conclusions, and a formulaic recitation of the elements of a cause of action will not do”).
Doc. 1833 at 6-7. In its opinion, the Court of Appeals stated:
Fourth, the MDL Court held that appellants had not pleaded their robosinging claims with sufficient particularity to satisfy Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 8(a). We disagree. … [T]he CAC also alleges that Jim Montes, who purportedly signed the substitution of trustee for the property for Milan Stejic had, on the same day, “signed and recorded, with differing signatures, numerous Substitutions of Trustee in the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office….Many of the signatures appear visibly different than one another.” These and similar allegations of the CAC “plausibly suggest an entitlement to relief,” Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 556 U.S. 662, 681 (2009) and provide defendants fair notice as to the nature of appellants’ claims against them, Starr v. Baca, 652 F.3d 1202, 1216 (9th Cir. 2011).
Doc. 1797-1 at 24-25. Based on the foregoing, this Court finds that the Court of Appeals has already directly decided that Plaintiff Stejic stated a claim against defendants.

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Countrywide V.I.P Report: “Friends of Mozilo” Include Fannie Mae Exec., Key Senators and Senate staff, Members and staff of the U.S. House of Representatives

Countrywide V.I.P Report: “Friends of Mozilo” Include Fannie Mae Exec., Key Senators and Senate staff, Members and staff of the U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. House of Representatives
Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
Darrell Issa, Chairman

How Countrywide Used its VIP Loan Program
To Influence Washington Policymakers
Staff Report
Prepared for Chairman Darrell Issa
U.S. House of Representatives
112th Congress
Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
July 5, 2012

I. Executive Summary

Bank of America (the Bank) produced more than 120,000 pages of documents in
response to the subpoenas issued by Committee Chairmen Darrell Issa and Edolphus
Towns. The documents produced by the Bank shed additional light on the scope and
purpose of Countrywide’s VIP program, particularly as it related to the company’s
strategic partnership with Fannie Mae.

In 1999, Countrywide reached an exclusive agreement to sell Fannie Mae billions
of dollars in mortgages at a discounted rate. The agreement led to a period of
codependence and mutual growth. Countrywide gave preferential treatment to Fannie
Mae executives and employees. Loans being financed for Fannie Mae employees
through an Employee Assistance Program were often transferred to Countrywide’s VIP
unit for processing.

Between January 1996 and June 2008, Countrywide’s VIP loan unit made
hundreds of loans to current and former Members of Congress, congressional staff, highranking
government officials, and executives and employees of Fannie Mae, including
Chairmen James “Jim” Johnson, Franklin Raines, and Daniel Mudd. VIPs who worked
at Fannie Mae enjoyed expedited loan processing and pricing discounts. Countrywide
also waived company guidelines for Fannie Mae’s senior executives to a greater extent
than it did for “regular” VIPs.

Fannie Mae and Countrywide lobbied against government-sponsored enterprise
(GSE) reform legislation that would have diminished Fannie Mae’s ability to acquire and
hold subprime mortgages originated by Countrywide. Countrywide also lobbied against
predatory lending bills. Documents obtained by the Committee show that several
Members of Congress and congressional staff positioned to affect the legislation received
VIP loans. In fact, Countrywide lobbyists – and CEO Angelo Mozilo himself – referred
several Members and staff from the Senate Committee on Banking and the House
Committee on Financial Services to the VIP unit. Those are the committees of primary
jurisdiction for consideration of legislation related to the mortgage industry and the
GSEs.

Countrywide’s VIP unit processed loans for key Senators and Senate staff who
could be helpful when legislation that affected the company was drafted or up for a vote.
Countrywide gave VIP loans to former Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher
Dodd; Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad; and Mary Jane Collipriest,
Communications Director for former Senator Robert Bennett, who served on the Banking
Committee. Dodd referred Collipriest to the VIP unit.

Countrywide also forged relationships with Members and staff of the U.S. House
of Representatives. The VIP unit processed loans for Congressmen Howard “Buck”
McKeon; Pete Sessions; Edolphus Towns; and Elton Gallegly.

Documents show Countrywide enrolled House Financial Services Committee
Staff Director Joseph Ventrone and General Counsel Clinton Jones in the VIP loan
program. Jones was a trusted ally of Fannie Mae during GSE reform deliberations.
Documents also show that in early 2005, Countrywide gave a discounted loan to a staffer
in the office of Rep. Ruben Hinojosa, who has served on the Financial Services

Committee since 2001. Former Rep. Tom Campbell received a VIP loan in 1997.
Fannie Mae’s targeted lobbying campaign supplemented Countrywide’s outreach
to Committee Members and staff. The GSE assigned as many as 70 lobbyists to the
Financial Services Committee while it considered GSE reform legislation in 2000 – 2005.
During the 108th Congress, four GSE reform bills were introduced in the House. None
made it out of the Financial Services Committee.

Countrywide also had favorable relationships with key decision makers in the
Executive Branch. Two former Secretaries of Housing and Urban Development received
VIP loans – Alphonso Jackson and Henry Cisneros. The VIP unit processed Cisneros’s
loan after he joined the company’s Board of Directors. Jim Johnson referred former
Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala to the VIP unit.

The documents produced by the Bank show that VIP borrowers received
paperwork from Countrywide that clearly identified the VIP unit as the point of contact.
The conspicuous markings on documents provided to VIP borrowers made it clear that
Countrywide’s VIP unit was processing their loans. It was also the practice of staff in the
VIP unit to identify themselves as such on the phone.

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Questions Raised About Chairman Issa’s Three-Year Campaign to Investigate Members of Congress Who Received Countrywide “VIP” Loans

Questions Raised About Chairman Issa’s Three-Year Campaign to Investigate Members of Congress Who Received Countrywide “VIP” Loans

Washington, DC (Jan. 17, 2012)—Today, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, sent a letter to Chairman Darrell Issa seeking information about how he plans to proceed with his investigation of Members of Congress who received mortgage loans from Countrywide Financial Corporation under its VIP loan program, also known as the “Friends of Angelo” program after the company’s embattled CEO, Angelo Mozilo. 

In one of his first official acts after becoming Chairman last year, Rep. Issa issued a unilateral subpoena demanding the mortgage files of the Members of Congress who received Countrywide VIP loans.  He stated that “the American people have a right to know the totality of who participated in the Countrywide’s VIP program and what they did in return for access to it,” and that his goal was to “find a way to disclose it all and then get the American people outraged enough to make sure that it never happens again.”

Below is the full letter (click the link for footnotes):

January 17, 2012

The Honorable Darrell E. Issa
Chairman
Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Mr. Chairman:

     I am writing to request information about how you plan to proceed with the Committee’s investigation of Members of Congress who received mortgage loans from Countrywide Financial Corporation under its VIP loan program, also known as the “Friends of Angelo” program after the company’s CEO, Angelo Mozilo.

     Over the past three years, you have waged a high-profile campaign to obtain the mortgage files of Members of Congress who received VIP loans from Countrywide.  You have referred to these loans as “bribes,” “influence buying,” and “public corruption.”  Although two previous Chairmen of the Oversight Committee followed the longstanding practice of referring matters involving Members of Congress directly to the Ethics Committee, you abandoned this practice last February when you issued a unilateral subpoena—your first as Chairman—demanding to see these Member files yourself.

     The documents produced in response to your subpoena reveal four previously undisclosed instances in which Members of Congress received Countrywide VIP loans.  All four instances involve Republican Members, including three current Republican House Members and one former Republican House Member.

     When you issued your subpoena last February, you explained that you had two purposes in demanding these files.  The first was to determine whether any official actions were taken by policymakers to benefit Countrywide.  The second was to make public all of the information obtained by the Committee in order to deter future wrongdoing.  In one of your first public interviews after issuing your subpoena, you stated that your goal was to “find a way to disclose it all and then get the American people outraged enough to make sure that it never happens again.”

     Last month, however, you reversed course.  Rather than publicly identifying the four additional Members who received Countrywide loans or attempting to determine whether they took any official actions on behalf of Countrywide, you chose instead to refer their cases to the Ethics Committee.  This is exactly the approach you criticized when used for Democratic Senators Kent Conrad and Christopher Dodd and precisely the approach you abandoned when you issued your subpoena last February. 

    On January 13, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Howard “Buck” McKeon and Rep. Elton Gallegly reported publicly that you referred them to the House Ethics Committee, although both denied taking inappropriate actions on behalf of Countrywide.  To date, you have declined to publicly identify the two other Republicans who also received Countrywide VIP loans. 

    Despite your decision to refer these cases to the House Ethics Committee, you have now scheduled two transcribed interviews with Countrywide officials to take place this week.  Both of these transcribed interviews will be with the Countrywide officials who oversaw and processed Chairman McKeon’s VIP loan.

    Since you failed to consult with me before taking these actions, I have several questions about how you plan to proceed with this investigation, which are set forth below.

Campaign to Obtain Files on Members of Congress

    You launched your campaign to obtain the files of Members who received loans under the Countrywide VIP loan program on June 17, 2008, when you wrote to former Committee Chairman Henry A. Waxman requesting that “the Committee investigate and hold hearings on allegations that mortgage lenders may have made special deals with Members of Congress.”  Chairman Waxman denied your request, responding that the longstanding practice of the Committee had been to allow the House Ethics Committee to handle allegations regarding Members of Congress.

    Rather than defer to the Ethics Committee, you argued that the Oversight Committee must investigate Members of Congress who were part of a wider conspiracy of “influence buying” and “public corruption.”    You stated:

We’re talking about a vast business enterprise that was buying, currying favor with politicians throughout the country and in fact probably distorted the laws that you and I had to live under.

    You also stated:

We cannot close the book without criminal investigations and likely indictments against Countrywide officials and people who knowingly took subsidized below-cost loans and in return produced, if you will, a deal for Countrywide.

    Even when the Ethics Committee conducted investigations, you dismissed them as limited and inadequate.  After the Senate Ethics Committee found no credible evidence that Senators Kent Conrad or Christopher Dodd knowingly accepted discounted loans, you stated:

This story does not change my approach to the investigation of the Countrywide VIP program.  I will continue to press forward with this investigation and strongly believe that a subpoena to Bank of America [which purchased Countrywide] is a necessary next step to fully expose how Countrywide attempted to use its VIP program to buy influence.

Similarly, on September 30, 2009, you stated:

We’re beyond ethics here.  We are at a point where the American people at least should know who they gave money to or benefit to, how they did it, and so on. … What we do know is there is a level of intended corruption by Countrywide that clearly had an effect on government’s decisions for years, and we are ignoring it.

    Over the past three years, you have stated repeatedly that the Oversight Committee should determine the full scope of the loan program and make this information public.  According to a Washington Post story on March 19, 2009, you stated:  “The full story of Countrywide’s efforts to buy influence hasn’t been told and shouldn’t be swept under the rug because no chairman is prepared to issue a subpoena.”  Similarly, on June 24, 2009, you stated in a press release:  “The American people deserve to know the extent that special benefits co-opted public servants who were supposed to be watchdogs of the mortgage industry.”  And on September 29, 2009, you stated on Fox Business:  “[I]f we don’t get to these individuals and figure out what they did in their official capacity, we’re not going to be able to reasonably undo some of what was done.” 

Information About Additional Republican Members

    In one of your first official acts as Chairman, you issued a unilateral subpoena on February 16, 2011, demanding a wide array of documents, emails, and other communications relating to mortgages offered through the “VIP and/or Friends of Angelo program.”  Unlike the subpoena issued by former Chairman Edolphus Towns, your subpoena demanded that mortgage files for Members of Congress—even those of current Members—be delivered directly to your offices instead of the House Ethics Committee. 

    You reiterated that your goals were to determine whether any official actions were taken by policymakers to benefit Countrywide and to make public information you obtained in order to deter future wrongdoing.  You stated:

This subpoena will allow us to obtain the information needed to answer the outstanding public interest questions regarding the full size and scope of the VIP program.  The American people have a right to know the totality of who participated in the Countrywide’s VIP program and what they did in return for access to it.  Our role is to get all of the facts so that the American people can judge for themselves who should be held responsible and accountable.

     Prior to the issuance of your subpoena, three Democratic Members of Congress had been identified publicly as potentially having received VIP loans from Countrywide:  Senator Kent Conrad, Senator Christopher Dodd, and Congressman Edolphus Towns.  Senators Conrad and Dodd were both cleared by the Senate Ethics Committee, which concluded on August 7, 2009, that there was “no credible evidence” that either Senator “knowingly accepted a gift, including a loan not available to the public.”  Congressman Towns issued several public statements denying that he knowingly received any preferential treatment from Countrywide.

    In response to your subpoena, the Committee obtained information about four previously unknown instances in which Members of Congress received VIP loans, including three current Republican House Members and one former Republican House Member.  After discovering that all of these Members are Republicans, you sent a letter on December 16, 2011, referring their cases to the House Ethics Committee.

    On Friday, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Howard “Buck” McKeon and Rep. Elton Gallegly acknowledged publicly that they are two of the Republican Members you referred to the House Ethics Committee in December.  In particular, a spokesperson for Chairman McKeon said he was “pretty shocked and angry” when you informed him about the VIP loan documents obtained by the Committee.

Interviews with Countrywide Officials Who Processed Chairman McKeon’s VIP Loan

    Although you referred cases involving Members to the House Ethics Committee in December, you have now scheduled two transcribed interviews with Countrywide officials to take place this week.  In particular, Committee investigators are scheduled to conduct transcribed interviews with two officials who oversaw and processed Chairman McKeon’s VIP loan:  Stephen Brandt, a Countrywide Executive Vice President who oversaw the VIP program, and Maritza Cruz, a Countrywide Loan Manager for VIP loans.

     The documents obtained pursuant to your subpoena indicate that Ms. Cruz is listed as the contact person for several of Chairman McKeon’s VIP loan documents.  In addition, she prepared his Uniform Underwriting and Transmittal Summary.  Her signature, as well as Chairman McKeon’s signature, appear on his Notification of Underwriting Approval and Closing Conditions. 

     These documents also indicate that Chairman McKeon appears to have obtained a significant discount on his VIP loan as a direct result of personal intervention by Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozilo.  Specifically, an internal email from Mr. Brandt to Countrywide employees handling this loan states explicitly:

Per Angelo – “take off 1 point, no garbage fees, approve the loan and make it a no
doc”.

     Last week, a spokesperson for Chairman McKeon stated that he had “no inkling” that he received a VIP loan and that, “as far as he knew, never received any special favors on the home loan.”  The documents obtained pursuant to your subpoena do not indicate whether Chairman McKeon was informed about his discount.  However, the documents describe at least three conversations Chairman McKeon had with Countrywide employees, including with an account executive instructed to provide the preferential rate.  That employee’s notes of these conversations state:

FOA [Friends of Angelo] referral, Please order appraisal ASAP.  You may call the borrower at his Washington office [number redacted] and get the Sons phone number for the appraiser contact.  The borrower would like to hear from the appraiser this week. 

The borrower is a bit difficult to deal with.  He seems on the edgy side.

Called Mr. McKeon at work [redacted name] his secretary said she would ask “B” for son’s phone #.  Mr. McKeon called said we could call 1) his home [number redacted] his wifes work [number redacted] campaign office

Borrower wants to close ASAP.  Explained to him demands are not here yet.

     In addition, a follow-up letter sent to Chairman McKeon provided forms for him to sign and stated:  “Thank you for allowing COUNTRYWIDE’s VIP TEAM to assist you with your financing needs on the above referenced property.”

    Finally, the documents obtained pursuant to your subpoena indicate that Chairman McKeon was referred to the VIP program by “Mike Farrell/MBA.”  This notation appears to be a reference to Michael J. Ferrell, who was then the chief lobbyist of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America (MBA).  According to his biography, Mr. Ferrell led MBA’s successful campaign to lobby Congress to block the imposition of higher fees on mortgage lenders.

Request for Information

    When you issued your unilateral subpoena last February, press accounts noted your aggressive approach and your high-profile demands for Member files.  For example, one press report stated that your “maiden subpoena is no-holds-barred Issa” and that the “restraint showed in the prior Congress … is nowhere to be found in this subpoena.”  It also stated:  “Issa could be launching grenades.  If the probe turns up anything and the findings become public, it could provide a degree of discomfort for lawmakers.”

    At the time, you seemed to recognize the possibility that Republicans could be among the Members of Congress who received VIP loans.  On multiple occasions over the past three years, you indicated that you planned to pursue this investigation even if Republican Members were implicated.  For example, on September 29, 2009, you stated:

There’s plenty of high profile Republicans who took these, some might call them bribes, certainly they were inappropriate to take under our laws.  Congressman, key staffers, including on the committees of jurisdiction on the Republican side are involved.   

    After initially driving the Committee down the road of investigating Members of Congress, you appeared to reverse course in December when you referred these cases to the Ethics Committee.  Now, however, you have scheduled transcribed interviews with Countrywide officials who oversaw and processed Chairman McKeon’s VIP loan.  These sudden shifts raise key questions about how you plan to proceed with this investigation:

  1. You have stated:  “The American people have a right to know the totality of who participated in the Countrywide’s VIP program and what they did in return for access to it.”  Have you instructed your staff to question Mr. Brandt and Ms. Cruz about their roles in overseeing and processing Chairman McKeon’s VIP loan?  
  2. You have stated:  “The full story of Countrywide’s efforts to buy influence hasn’t been told and shouldn’t be swept under the rug because no chairman is prepared to issue a subpoena.”  Do you intend to publicly release the identities of the remaining two Republican lawmakers, one current and one former, who your investigation has revealed were also beneficiaries of Countrywide VIP loans? And do you intend to conduct a transcribed interview with the former chief lobbyist of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America?
  3. You have stated:  “The American people deserve to know the extent that special benefits co-opted public servants who were supposed to be watchdogs of the mortgage industry.”  Do you intend to hold public hearings on these issues?  If so, do you intend to call as a witness former Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozilo?

    Thank you in advance for your prompt answers to these critical questions.

                        Sincerely,
                        Elijah E. Cummings
                        Ranking Member

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source:http://democrats.oversight.house.gov

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Court delays foreclosure action to Milwaukee ex-marine for six months

Court delays foreclosure action to Milwaukee ex-marine for six months

Talk about stress! Read all about Keon Williams here, then catch up on the latest developments.

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A six-month reprieve has been issued to Keon Williams, the north side man whose home was sold at a sheriff’s sale in January even though he is current on the only mortgage he knew he had.

The agreement filed in court Monday between Williams and attorneys for Harris Bank prevents the bank from concluding its purchase and evicting Williams from the N. 44th St. home until Nov. 12.

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Locks changed on disputed home of ex-marine in Milwaukee

Locks changed on disputed home of ex-marine in Milwaukee

There is a new development to Paying on time, yet facing eviction: an ex-Marine caught in the mortgage meltdown…

From JSOnline

Keon Williams’ fight to keep his house has taken another strange twist: The Milwaukee man arrived home Monday night to find that the locks had been changed on one of his doors on orders from Harris Bank, even though a court order says he can stay in the house for now.

“They admitted they had sent somebody to change the locks,” Williams’ lawyer, Geoffrey Gnadt, said after an emergency court hearing Tuesday. “They did apologize profusely – but there are costs.”


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Paying on time, yet facing eviction: an ex-Marine caught in the mortgage meltdown

Paying on time, yet facing eviction: an ex-Marine caught in the mortgage meltdown

Same Scenarios…Over and Over and Over again!

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Keon Williams is on the verge of being thrown out of his house – a startling turn of events, considering that for nearly three years since refinancing in 2008, he faithfully paid his monthly mortgage and his property taxes.

“I did everything I was supposed to do, but I’m being evicted,” says Williams, 38, sitting in his neat but sparsely furnished dining room on N. 44th St. “I never would have imagined something like this could happen.”


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