Judge dismisses Prudential mortgage fraud lawsuit against BofA

(Reuters) – A federal judge ruled on Wednesday that the United States can pursue parts of a civil lawsuit against Bank of America. civil fraud involving financial institutions. U.S. District Judge.

A federal judge has thrown out much of Prudential Financial Inc’s lawsuit accusing Bank of America Corp of defrauding it before the financial crisis into buying more than $1.9 billion of.

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Edward O’Donnell filed a whistleblower lawsuit last year, the basis for a U.S. Justice Department case against Countrywide’s parent, Bank of America Corp. Before the trial, the judge dismissed the.

NEWARK – A federal judge this week threw out most of Prudential Financial’s lawsuit against Bank of America alleging the bank lied about the quality of its residential mortgage-backed securities.

The lawsuit didn’t give specifics, but it accused Countrywide, and later Bank of America, of selling "thousands" of Hustle loans to Fannie and Freddie. Bank of America bought Countrywide in July 2008.

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A federal judge threw out a lawsuit brought by Prudential Financial (), which claimed that Bank of America falsely represented the quality of $1.9 billion of pre-crisis residential mortgage-backed.