Credit Crunch Digest - November/December 2010


In This Issue:

NY Attorney General Sues Ernst & Young, Alleging Lehman Accounting Fraud; Citigroup Subprime Securities Suit Survives Motion to Dismiss; Toll Brothers Settles Investor Suit; SEC Investigating JPMorgan's Disclosures Regarding CDO; Former Countrywide CEO Reaches Settlement With the SEC; Barbara Picower Returns $7.2 billion for Madoff Fraud Victims; Picard Targets Madoff's Austrian 'Criminal Soulmate' in Most Recent String of Lawsuits; J.P. Morgan Sued by Madoff Trustee; K1 Founder Charged With Fraud; Settlement Reached With Brokerage Firm Tied to Madoff; New York Attorney General Seeks Ruling in Fraud Suit Against Merkin; FDIC Continues to Go After Failed Bank Officials; Largest Banks Set to See Higher FDIC Fees; Wall Street Firms Attempt to Take Advantage of 'Volcker Rule' Provision.

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