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20
Oct

California AG Turns the Heat Up on Bank of America with Subpoenas

The office of California Attorney General Kamala Harris has served subpoenas to Bank of America regarding the sale of mortgage-backed securities (MBS) to institutions done by Countrywide Financial, which BofA purchased in 2008.

California’s AG, which was in talks with the attorneys general of all 50 states to negotiate settlements with all the large banks (BofA, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, et. al.) with respect to the banks’ foreclosure practices, left those talks when Harris determined the settlement amounts were insufficient.

Harris’ pursuit of BofA could be costly to the banking giant: under California’s False Claims Act, defrauding the state via any of its institutional investors such as pension or other funds, could result in awards of three times the amount of the claim. If any employees of Bank of America step forward with solid evidence, they could be entitled to a percentage of those damages as a whistleblower.

Read the original article in the Los Angeles Times.

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