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Nov

FDIC Filing Lawsuits Against Officials of Some Failed Banks

Attorneys for bank officers and directors of lending institutions that failed due to possible fraud and breach of fiduciary duty can expect some of their clients to be charged in lawsuits by the FDIC, which is seeking to recoup some of its losses due to the collapse of the housing market nationwide.

Richard Osterman, the FDIC’s acting general counsel, has said that the FDIC only sends out letters after “careful investigation.” Jeffrey A. Tisdale, a Los Angeles-based attorney who represents officers for five of the banks, said that the letters he has seen are “very detailed” and are eight to ten single-spaced pages of alleged wrongdoing.

The FDIC is hoping that many of the targeted officials will come forward and settle their cases, but if not, will file lawsuits. Criminal charges could also be part of what some of the former officials could be facing.

Pasadena-based IndyMac Bank was the first lending institution to be served with papers in a civil lawsuit, in July 2009, which seeks $300 million in damages for granting construction and development loans that were high risk.

Read the full article by Scott Reckard in the Los Angeles Times.

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