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$5M Jury Award for One Foreclosure Fraud Makes U.S. Punishment Look Trivial

$5M Jury Award for One Foreclosure Fraud Makes U.S. Punishment Look Trivial Article by David Dayen in theintercept.com 11/13/15 tells of  a couple’s foreclosure fight and award of $5 million in damages. Article suggests that the Department of Justice let big banks escape from paying $32 trillion and settle for less that a tenth of a…

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Quicken Loans Sues the Department of Justice and HUD, but Make No Mistake, it is Not a Victim

by Adam Deutsch Esq. Privately owned Detroit Michigan based mortgage origination company Quicken Loans used to love doing business with the Federal Government.  Now it seems, the love affair has cooled off.  On Friday April 17, 2015, Quicken filed a pre-emptive lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Justice Department. …

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The Lawyer Who Went from Fighting for Guant

The Lawyer Who Went from Fighting for Guant