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Rogers Towers: Use of FDIC Special Powers: Knowledge by the FDIC or its Assignees is Irrelevant

In previous posts, we introduced the protections afforded the FDIC by the D’Oench Doctrine and 12 U.S.C. § 1823(e), which bar claims and defenses against the FDIC and its assignees by private parties based on improperly...more

Rogers Towers: Use of FDIC Special Powers: The Expanded Scope of the Term “Agreement”

In previous posts, we introduced the protections afforded the FDIC by the D’Oench Doctrine and 12 U.S.C. § 1823(e), which bar claims and defenses against the FDIC and its assignees by private parties based on improperly...more

Rogers Towers: Use of FDIC Special Powers by Assignees of the FDIC

Courts have extended the protections afforded the FDIC by the D’Oench Doctrine and 12 U.S.C. § 1823(e) to successors or assignees of the FDIC as receiver of the failed banks....more

Rogers Towers: Use of FDIC Special Powers: Overview

Last month, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation reported that 470 financial institutions have failed since 2007. It is no wonder, then, that many institutions are embroiled in litigation involving loans made by failed...more

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