In This Issue:

- Federal court unseals rare False Claims Act complaint against home mortgage servicer

- Qui tam relators target – and gain access to – internal investigation on ground that attorney-client privilege does not apply

- Whistleblower retaliation exposes Playboy to $6 million liability

- Excerpt from Federal court unseals rare False Claims Act complaint against home mortgage servicer:

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York recently unsealed a complaint filed against lender OneWest Bank FSB (“OneWest”) by a whistleblower, marking a rare False Claims Act (“FCA”) case brought in the financial services sector.

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Topics:  Banks, False Claims Act, Mortgages, Qui Tam, Whistleblowers, White Collar Crimes

Published In: Business Torts Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Securities Updates

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