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The government delivered a request to Judge Sweeney this afternoon asking for permission to file a corrected status report, and a copy of that request is attached to this e-mail message. The government indicates that, because of an oversight, 839 FHFA documents weren't turned over to Fairholme's lawyers until today.13-465-0377
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The Fifth Circuit received the Collins Plaintiffs' appeal today and the Clerk has assigned No. 17-20364 to that appellate proceeding. A copy of the Notice of Appeal docketed in the Fifth Circuit is attached to this e-mail message.17-20364-00514011051 (1)
Judge Sweeney entered an opinion and Order this afternoon, saying that because the government's initial discovery-related objections were substantially justified, she will not order the government to pay Fairholme's legal fees. A copy of that decision (Doc. 375) is attached to this e-mail message. The government delivered a Status Report to Judge Sweeney ...
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Getting ready, apparently, to get ready to appeal to the Eleventh Circuit, Bryan S. Gowdy at Creed & Gowdy, P.A., entered his appearance on behalf of the Edwards Plaintiffs today, and a copy of his notice of appearance is attached to this e-mail message.16-cv-21221-0061
FHFA sent a letter to the Sixth Circuit to alert it to Judge Atlas' decision dismissing the Collins Plaintiffs' complaint and urging the Court to continue the unbroken line of decisions saying section 4617(f) of HERA bars GSE shareholder litigation. A copy of FHFA's letter is attached to this e-mail message.16-6680-0034
The Saxton Plaintiffs delivered their opening brief to the Eighth Circuit yesterday, urging the appellate tribunal to follow Judge Brown's reasoning and conclude that FHFA and Treasury exceeded their authority under HERA, their actions aren't fully insulated from judicial review, and shareholders are not powerless while the GSEs are in conservatorship. A copy of ...
In two letters delivered to the Sixth Circuit yesterday (copies of which are attached to this e-mail message): -- Ms Robinson's lawyers at Cooper & Kirk distinguish the AIG case from this case, explaining that AIG's deal with the Fed was an arms'-length transaction and the Net Worth Sweep wasn't; and -- FHFA's lawyers at Arnold & Porter say that Mr. ...
Judge Atlas entered a Memorandum and Opinion and Final Judgment -- copies of which are attached to this e-mail message -- this afternoon dismissing the Collins Plaintiffs' APA claims against FHFA and Treasury for the same reasons Judge Lamberth dismissed them, and concluding that FHFA's structure is constitutional.16-cv-03113-0053 16-cv-03113-0052