Court Tosses $3.8M Whistleblower Judgment Against BofA
SAN FRANCISCO An appellate court has thrown out a $3.8 million whistleblower judgment against Bank of America, saying there was no evidence the company dumped a Countrywide executive because he had refused to play ball with Moody's auditors.
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