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Sixth Circuit Revives Detroit Law Firm’s $176,000 Claim Against FDIC

Recently, the Sixth Circuit renewed Detroit-based Commercial Law Corporation’s (CLC) lawsuit against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for $176,750 in deferred attorney’s fees for legal services provided by CLC to a now-failed Michigan bank. The Sixth Circuit overturned summary judgment for the FDIC, and while the court did not resolve the unpaid fees claim, … Continue Reading

Banking Class Action Case Headed to Sixth Circuit

Earlier this month, Arlington Video Productions, Inc. filed a notice of appeal from denial of class certification (and later summary judgment) in a case it brought against Fifth Third Bank in the Southern District of Ohio.  Challenging certain fees assessed by Fifth Third, Arlington Video sought to certify a class of: All individuals and entities … Continue Reading
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