$102 Million Judgment
$102 Million Judgment Obtained in Massive Consumer Fraud Case
Hamm v. Americorp, Inc., et al. | United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Alabama | Case No. 2:11-ap-3007
Following a trial that took place in November 2013, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Alabama recently entered a $102,949,220 judgment against Defendants Timothy McCallan, Americorp, Inc., and Seton Corp. related to their role in what the Court deemed “an extraordinary case of fraud on a massive scale.”
$2.5 Million Settlement
$2.5 Million Settlement Reached in Class Action Against CitiMortgage
Tate et al v. CitiMortgage, Inc. | United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama 15-00058 | United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama AP No. 09-1059
Partners with Cunningham Bounds obtained a $2,500,000 settlement against CitiMortgage for the use of improper affidavits in bankruptcy cases. ...
Sep 06, 2017
In a recent lawsuit filed against Bank of America, nearly 130,000 active-duty servicemembers and their families were victims of the bank charging t...
Oct 05, 2015
Many consumers purchased “clean diesel” Volkswagen vehicles based on VW’s marketing campaign that these automobiles were fun-to-d...