August 2018

Friday August 31 2018

New filing in Collins vs. FHFA, click here to view

Peter Chapman writes, “FHFA filed a rehearing petition in the Fifth Circuit yesterday asking a larger panel of judges to take another look at whether the Collins Plaintiffs have Article III standing to bring their separation-of-powers claim and whether FHFA’s structure violates Article II of the Constitution.”

New filing in Cacciapalle vs. U.S., click here to view

Peter Chapman writes, “Judge Sweeney placed her stamp of approval on the parties’ request to delay briefing on class certification.”

New filing in Fairholme vs. U.S., click here to view

Peter Chapman writes, “The government responded to Fairholme’s request. The government wants Judge Sweeney to bring an end to the filing of amended complaints and asks her to set Sept. 12 as that deadline.  The government says it will file a fresh omnibus motion to dismiss amended complaints filed on or before Sept. 12 by Oct. 1.  Fairholme, in turn, respond by Oct. 23, and the government will file its reply by Jan. 22.”

Thursday August 30 2018

New filing in Jacobs vs. FHFA, click here to view

Peter Chapman writes, “FHFA notified the Third Circuit about the Saxton decision in a letter dated yesterday.”

New filing in Cacciapalle vs. U.S., click here to view

Peter Chapman writes, “The parties want Judge Sweeney to place her stamp of approval on their agreement to delay further briefing about class certification until after she’s ruled on the government’s omnibus motion to dismiss.”

Curbed: 10 years after the financial crisis, is the housing market still at risk?

Wall Street Journal: Banks Looking for Growth Not Helped by Housing

Wednesday August 29 2018

DS News: The Impact of Privatizing the GSEs

Tuesday August 28 2018

American Banker: GSE reform could increase costs to Read More