Financial Institution Reduces Threat of “Bet the Company” Litigation in OC BK

Represented a financial institution in multiple litigation arising from Orange County’s bankruptcy filing.  The litigation included alleged fraud/negligence in bond issues by various municipalities, alleged securities fraud, government investigations, and other actions.  Successfully defended and guided the client through the complicated multi-litigation process and resolved all the matters at a fraction of the exposure.

Location

Superior Court of California, County of Orange

Counsel

Jeffrey L. Sikkema

Related Industries

  • Financial Services

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