Posted on April 13, 2018

Fairhome and Arrowood tell Judge Lamberth that FHFA is mistaken, and ask him for permission to file a short surreply directing the Court’s attention to the six specific allegations in their amended complaints that, consistent with the D.C. Circuit’s decision in Perry, say shareholders’ contract claims are ripe.  A copy of Fairholme and Arrowood’s filing is attached to this e-mail message. 13-cv-01053-0079

2 Replies to "$FNMA #FANNIEGATE"

  • Ronald Haight
    April 14, 2018 (10:11 pm)

    Overripe I’d say. We just need the weight of truth to reach a tipping point.

  • Marvin Meischke
    April 18, 2018 (2:35 pm)

    The elephant in the room is HERA. When HERA was written congress put limitations on Judicial review. The US Constitution clearly set up three branches of government for the purpose of separation of powers. HERA should not be allowed to stand. Judicial review is the only thing that keeps Congress and the President accountable to the Constitution. Every ruling involving HERA should stress the limitations are not Constititional and will not be followed. Every argument that references a ruling that followed these limitations should not be permissible.

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