Fannie/Freddie Investors Seek New Path in State Court

Lawyers for Fannie Mae and the Federal Housing Finance Agency continued Tuesday to fight efforts by investors to open up deliberations to the public over the government’s decisionfeatured

Plaintiff Outlines Plan for Potential Fannie/Freddie Settlement

Investors in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, who have been fighting the government’s 2012 net worth sweep of Fannie and Freddie profits, say that they would be amenable to a negotiatedfeatured

More Court Losses Bring Funds’ Fannie/Freddie Challenge Closer to High Court

In recent weeks, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac investors lost two more court challenges to the government’s profits sweep, making a total of six judicial defeats so far, butfeatured

Fannie/Freddie Investors Waiting for Supreme Court Nominee

Investors in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will continue to press their suit against the net worth sweep despite last month’s ruling by the federal appeals court in DC barring their major challengefeatured

Absent at Party Conventions: Plans for Fannie/Freddie Reform

Of all the issues being debated, proposed, and declared at the Republican National Convention last week and this week at the Democratic counterpart, one major issue was barely noted: reform of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, showing that there is still no consensus on how to deal with the two government sponsored enterprises, eight years … Read Morefeatured

Ruling Allows Disparate Fannie/Freddie Suits to Proceed

A federal court panel has denied a request by the Federal Housing Finance Agency to consolidate the growing number of investor suits challenging the government’s Net Worth Sweep of all Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac profits, clearing the way for several actions to proceed in various jurisdictions. The ruling by the US Panel on Multidistrict … Read Morefeatured

Investors Fight to Block Consolidation of Fannie/Freddie Cases

The importance of the investors’ appeal of the adverse September 2014 ruling in the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac case in United States district court could be multiplied if a bid by the US government to consolidate half a dozen cases raising challenges to the 2012 net worth sweep is granted. The motion by the Federal Housing … Read Morefeatured


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