Category Archives: Jerry Brown

Under Countrywide Stipulated Judgment, Investors Must Be Consulted

After reviewing the Complaint filed by hedge fund Greenwich Financial Services against Countrywide and BofA and listening to the comments made last week by Greenwich CEO William Frey and his attorney regarding the case, I decided to take a closer … Continue reading

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BofA Settles Countrywide Suits with State Attorneys General for $8.68 billion. Deal Said to Provide Homeowners with More Relief than Federal Bailout

On October 6, California Attorney General Jerry Brown (pictured at left) announced that Bank of America, parent of Countrywide Financial Corp., had agreed to pay $8.68 billion to modify the home loans of over 400,000 homeowners in a negotiated settlement … Continue reading

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