It was as if the two sides heard different orders from the judge who refused to approve their $33 million settlement on August 10. The SEC brief included the details Rakoff asked for. BofA's reiterated the bank's innocence.
In New Briefs, SEC Blames Wachtell and Shearman & Sterling for Bank of America's Failure to Disclose Merrill Bonuses, but BofA Tells Judge Rakoff There Was No Failure to Disclose
August 24, 2009
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