Category Archives: removability

Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh Scores Important Early Victory in Pennsylvania Lawsuit

In the first substantive decision handed down in any of the five major lawsuits by the Federal Home Loan Banks (FHLB) over RMBS losses, the Hon. Stanton Wettick, Jr. of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania dealt … Continue reading

Posted in Countrywide, Federal Home Loan Banks, investors, JPMorgan, lawsuits, loan files, misrespresentation, ratings agencies, remand, removability, rep and warranty, repurchase, sole remedy, toxic assets | 8 Comments

Countrywide Complaint Against A.I.G. Subsidiary United Guaranty Now Available

Earlier this week, I posted the complaint filed by A.I.G. subsidiary United Guaranty Mortgage Indemnity Co. (UG) in federal court in Los Angeles. The Subprime Shakeout has now obtained the complaint that started this battle of mortgage industry titans, filed … Continue reading

Posted in AIG, bad faith, causes of the crisis, Complaints, Countrywide, lawsuits, lenders, lending guidelines, loss causation, mortgage insurers, removability, sophistication, subprime, underwriting practices | Leave a comment