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Eleventh Circuit Affirms Jury Verdict Against Mortgage Servicer for Extreme and Outrageous Conduct

Following the Eleventh Circuit’s decision last month in McGinnis v. American Home Mortgage Servicing, Inc., No. 14-13404, mortgage servicers should be aware that failing to recognize and correct miscalculations of a...more

Lender Not Liable for Client’s Suicide

In Surloff v. Regions Bank, et al., No. 4D14-842, 2015 WL 7275207 (Fla. 4th DCA Nov. 18, 2015), the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida was faced with the issue of whether Regions Bank (the “Bank”) had any duty or...more

Bank Account Searches: Are They Permissble?

Lawyers and other professionals contact our office every day and ask whether it is permissible for an asset search company or private investigator to conduct bank, stock, bond or mutual fund account searches on a subject. The...more

When NJ Banks Are Liable For 3rd-Party Fiduciary Breach

Originally published in Law360, New York on January 29, 2013. Banks, broker/dealers and other financial institutions often are the subject of claims by noncustomer investors, businesses, and estate and trust...more

Credit Rating Agencies’ Opinions Are Not Immune

Recently, U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, Southern District of New York, rejected the contentions of Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc. and several ratings agencies, including Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s and Fitch, that credit...more

New York Court of Appeals’ Clarification of the Martin Act Opens Door for Common Law Claims in Securities Cases

The New York Court of Appeals recently held that the Martin Act — New York’s “Blue Sky” law — does not preclude private plaintiffs from pursuing common law claims such as fraud and negligent misrepresentation relating to...more

Texas Insurance Law Newsbrief

IN THIS ISSUE: Paid v. Incurred Medical Expenses; Coverage for Settlement of FTC Class Action; Insurable Interest; Twombly & Igbal; Premium Payment as Condition Precedent to Coverage; Duty to Defend; Policy Issuance;...more

Preparing for the New Wave of FDIC Suits Against Bank Directors and Officers

Directors and officers are the most likely FDIC targets for recovery claims since, in many cases, they are covered by “D&O” insurance. Typically, the FDIC asserts claims for gross negligence, negligence and breach of...more

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