Your search for 03/2017 returned 40 results.
The Class Plaintiffs want the three-judge panel in D.C. to modify its ruling in Perry v. Mnuchin to make it clear that "[t]he relevant expectations for the breach of implied covenant claims are the expectations of the shareholders who purchased preferred or common shares in the Enterprises when those shares were issued, not the subsequent expectations of shareholders ...
FHFA's lawyers at Richards & Layton entered their appearance today in the Delaware Chancery Court, and a copy of that notice is attached to this e-mail message.12105-0022
17-50201-00513930093Mr. Sammons is asking the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to review Judge Biery's order dismissing his lawsuit, and a copy of his opening brief is attached to this e-mail message.
The Delaware Chancery Court has scheduled a half-day trial in Pagliara v. Fannie Mae starting at 1:00 p.m. on Mon., May. 1. A copy of the Court's expediting this hearing following remand from Judge Sleet is attached to this e-mail message.12105-0021
Judge Sweeney placed her stamp of approval on the 10-day extension the parties requested, and a copy of her order memorializing that is attached to this e-mail message.13-465-0365
Judge Reade entered her order and judgment this afternoon granting FHFA and Treasury's motions to dismiss the Saxton Plaintiffs' complaint, and copies of those documents are attached to this e-mail message. Judge Reade finds that the Saxton Plaintiffs' claims are derivative rather than direct. Judge Reade adopts the majority opinion in Perry v. Mnuchin in ...
Treasury filed an Advisory last night telling Judge Atlas that it no longer supports FHFA's position that the agency is constitutionally structured. A copy of the filing is attached to this e-mail message. 16-cv-03113-0046
The government needs ten additional days to reply to Fairholme's request for a $211,000 check to reimburse 86% of the fees it incurred to prosecute its motion to compel. Fairholme's agreed to extend the deadline to Apr. 6. A copy of the extension request is attached to this e-mail message.13-465-0364
The Institutional Plaintiffs delivered their petition this afternoon asking the three-judge panel in the D.C. Circuit to rehear their appeal. The request is narrow, asking the judges to modify their ruling to make it clear that they did not abandon their common law claims. A copy of that petition is attached to this e-mail message. While Judges Millet and ...