Wells Fargo Employees Are Said to Improperly Alter Documents By Hannah Levitt

Wells Fargo Employees Are Said to Improperly Alter Documents By Hannah Levitt May 17, 2018, 10:06 AM EDT Updated on May 17, 2018, 2:57 PM EDT Wells Fargo & Co. found that employees in its wholesale unit added information to internal customer records without the clients’ knowledge, according to a person briefed on the matter.…Read more »

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The NSA Continues to Abuse Americans by Intercepting Their Telephone Calls, written by ron paul monday may 7, 2018

The NSA Continues to Abuse Americans by Intercepting Their Telephone Calls written by ron paul monday may 7, 2018 http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2018/may/07/the-nsa-continues-to-abuse-americans-by-intercepting-their-telephone-calls/ One of the few positive things in the ill-named USA FREEDOM Act, enacted in 2015 after the Snowden revelations on NSA domestic spying, is that it required the Director of National Intelligence to regularly report…Read more »

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Attorneys of the Month for January thru March 5th, 2018.

The following Georgia attorneys were disciplined and/or disbarred for the month Of March, 2018: March 5, 2018 S18Y0348. IN THE MATTER OF SAM LOUIS LEVINE Sam L. Levine S18Y0350. IN THE MATTER OF CHRISTOPHER AARON CORLEY S18Y0383. IN THE MATTER OF ANDRE KEITH SANDERS S18Y0559. IN THE MATTER OF WALTER LINTON MOORE Februry 19, 2018:…Read more »

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OPINION: The heightened pleading standard established in 2009 is based on faulty propositions. Arthur H. Bryant, The National Law Journal

National Law Journal http://www.nationallawjournal.com/printerfriendly/id=1202758245088 ‘Iqbal’ Brings Seven Years of Bad Luck for Plaintiffs OPINION: The heightened pleading standard established in 2009 is based on faulty propositions. Arthur H. Bryant, The National Law Journal May 23, 2016 The seventh anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2009 decision in Ashcroft v. Iqbal was May 18. It’s a…Read more »

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2016 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS THE HONORABLE CHIEF JUSTICE HUGH P. THOMPSON SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA January 27, 2016, 11 a.m. House Chambers, State Capitol

016 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS THE HONORABLE CHIEF JUSTICE HUGH P. THOMPSON SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA January 27, 2016, 11 a.m. House Chambers, State Capitol Lt. Governor Cagle, Speaker Ralston, President Pro Tem Shafer, Speaker Pro Tem Jones, members of the General Assembly, my fellow judges and my fellow Georgians: Good morning. Thank you…Read more »

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Bar Groups See Threat from Nonlawyers

The American Lawyer http://www.americanlawyer.com/printerfriendly/id=1202748892813 from: The American Lawyer At ABA Meeting, Bar Groups See Threat from Nonlawyers Susan Beck, The Am Law Daily February 4, 2016 (Stanford Law School Professor Deborah Rhode criticized the opposition to Resolution 105, which some fear could lead to more non-lawyers providing legal services. Photo: Jason Doiy/The Recorder) A modest…Read more »

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Wells Fargo Agrees to pay $1.2 Billion (yes, with a B) to resolve claims by Justice Dept. & other federal agencies for the origination of “shoddy loans” insured by FHA

Compliance & Regulation Why Wells Fargo Blinked in Its FHA Fight with the Government Kate Berry By Kate Berry February 3, 2016 http://www.nationalmortgagenews.com/news/compliance-regulation/why-wells-fargo-blinked-in-its-fha-fight-with-the-government-1071213-1.html?utm_medium=email&ET=nationalmortgage:e4010451:a:&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=-feb%205%202016&st=email The long arm of the government is tough to elude, even if you are the nation’s largest home lender. Wells Fargo stunned the mortgage industry Wednesday by tentatively agreeing to pay $1.2…Read more »

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