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David Boies v. Citizen Ben S. Bernanke- Frederick W. Sheehan

A splendid opportunity is in the offing, though it is premature to expect the earth to quake. As background, Hank Greenberg, former chairman of AIG, is suing the United States. The case itself is not the subject here. Starr International Company, in which Greenberg is housing his lawsuit, was the largest shareholder in AIG on September 16, 2008, the day when the U.S. government “seized control of AIG” (quoting from the September 17, 2008, Wall Street Journal).

Read This Book, Win The Election – Simon Johnson – The Baseline Scenario

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of The Baseline Scenario. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission. By Simon Johnson With the presidential election looming and both sides looking for a knockout blow in the vice-presidential debate on Thursday evening, now is a good time for both Democrats and Republicans to look for one…

Sheila Bair tackles the European debt crisis, Jamie Dimon and regulators – Video | Rooters

Sheila Bair, the former FDIC chairwoman who heads the newly formed Systemic Risk Council, explores whether U.S. banks can handle the European banking crisis and whether the attention on JPMorgan’s trading loss is distracting regulators from a looming crisis. (June 14, 2012) via Sheila Bair tackles the European debt crisis, Jamie Dimon and regulators –…