A U.S. magistrate judge in North Carolina dealt a blow to government efforts to use the 1980s-era Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act to penalize big banks, but many experts say the decision — which is not binding — may just be a temporary glitch.
DOJ to Continue Big-Bank Suits Despite B of A Decision
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