2012-09-26americanbanker.com

``Under the deal, the Justice Department agreed not to intervene in an unrelated case, also involving the city of Saint Paul, which had the potential to yield $180 million in damages for U.S. taxpayers. In exchange, the city dropped its appeal of a case that might have prevented the Justice Department from using a key legal theory in fair-lending cases against banks, according to the letter, which was obtained by American Banker.''


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