Court Orders Bank Defendants to Produce Documents That Could Help Scuttle Their Summary Judgment Motions; United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Sherman Division, No. 4:14-CV-00833, U.S. ex rel. Andrew Mitchell v CIT Bank N.A., et al.

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The district court granted the relator’s motion to defer a ruling on the defendant’s motions for summary judgment in a qui tam case alleging fraud on government loan-modification programs. The defendants moved for summary judgment, challenging the relator’s case on the materiality and scienter. In his motion, the relator argued that discovery was not yet […]
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