Goldman Sachs Asks Supreme Court to Dismiss Mortgage Class-Action

Goldman Sachs Asks Supreme Court to Dismiss Mortgage Class-Action

While on September 6, the 2ndU.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York allowed a mortgage class-action lawsuit to go ahead with the lawsuit accusing Goldman of misleading investors about the securities risk, Goldman wants to take no risks and is urging the Supreme Court to throw out the lawsuit. It’s arguments are brilliant – allowing the lawsuit could cost Wall Street tens of billions of dollars, and therefore the U.S. Supreme Court must trash the interests of a class, from which money could have been taken by deceit by Wall Street, in order to protect the interests of Wall Street.

And of course, lawyers in pay of Goldman have also found technical questions of law: They argue that the 2nd Circuit allowing the NECA-IBEW Health & Welfare fund to move ahead with the class action on behalf of investors, though the NECA-IBEW did not own any of the controversial mortgages, conflicts with a precedent from the federal appeals court in Boston. In that case, which the federal court in Boston had held that a plaintiff could not pursue claims on behalf of a class that it could not bring by itself.

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