November 21 2019
November 20 2019
November 19 2019
November 18 2019
New filing in Fairholme vs. U.S.
Peter Chapman writes, “The Clerk entered a notation on the docket sheet today confirming, “On 11/19/2019 at 9:00 AM, the court is holding oral argument on defendant’s motion to dismiss in this case. There will be overflow seating available. Following the conclusion of the argument, an audio recording will be available for purchase on the docket.”
November 14 2019
November 12 2019
November 11 2019
New filing in Fairholme vs FHFA.
Peter Chapman writes, “Judge Lamberth released his opinion this afternoon and entered an order saying Treasury must produce the documents Fairholme’s requested (or produce a privilege log identifying the documents it won’t produce and the reasons why).”
Judge Lamberth’s opinion may be viewed here
Judge Lamberth’s order may be viewed here
November 8 2019
November 6 2019
New filing in Fairholme vs. FHFA, click here to view
Peter Chapman writes, “An additional lawyer from Hagens Berman, representing Washington Federal, requested access to non-public discovery materials this week”
November 5 2019
New filing in Rafter vs. U.S., click here to view
Peter Chapman writes, “Rafter Plaintiffs tell Chief Judge Sweeney the Fifth Circuit’s Collins decision is in the minority among the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal and, in short, urge her to ignore it.”
New filing in Angel vs Fannie Mae, et al.
Peter Chapman writes, “The parties have agreed FHFA’s brief will be filed on or before Dec. 12; Mr. Angel will file any reply brief on or before Jan. 22; and any final briefs will be filed on or before Feb. 12” The filings may be viewed here, and here.
New filing in Fisher vs U.S.
Peter Chapman writes, “The government tells Chief Judge Sweeney the Fisher and Reid Plaintiffs are misreading what the Fifth Circuit says in the Collins decision about shareholder standing and derivative claims” The filings may be viewed here, and here.
New filing in Fairholme vs U.S.
Peter Chapman writes, “Fairholme alerted Chief Judge Sweeney to the Fifth Circuit’s devision in Collins v. Mnuchin eight weeks ago, and the government filed a response yesterday saying the Fifth Circuit’s decision isn’t as persuasive as Fairholme thinks.”
Click here to view the plaintiffs filing
Click here to view the government’s filing
November 4 2019
November 1 2019