Seeking $15 million in damages, the government sued First Union Capital Markets Corp. on Wednesday for selling risky collateralized mortgage obligations to the now-defunct Capital Corporate Credit Union.

The National Credit Union Administration claimed that the First Union Corp. unit failed to register its representative, John F. FitzHugh, to sell securities in Maryland, as required by state law.

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