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Sixth Circuit Affirms Dismissal Of ECOA Discrimination Claims

On August 14, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed a district court’s dismissal of claims by a borrower of Iraqi origin that a bank violated ECOA when it refused to restructure the borrower’s loan. 16630...more

California Supreme Court Eases Admissibility of Oral Statements in Contract Fraud Disputes

California, like most jurisdictions, prohibits parties to integrated contracts from introducing “parol evidence” — this is, evidence of prior written or verbal agreements made by a party to a contract — if those alleged...more

Promises to Keep—Lender Beware: California Supreme Court Expands Parol Evidence Fraud Exception

In 1935, the California Supreme Court in Bank of America National Trust and Savings Ass’n v. Pendergrass prohibited a borrower from introducing external or parol evidence to demonstrate fraud in connection with an agreement...more

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