Former IndyMac CEO Michael Perry emerged from humble beginnings to head once one of the biggest regional banks in the country. Then, in 2008, he had a spectacular fall from grace. IndyMac collapsed, and Perry eventually got sued by both the SEC and the FDIC. But thanks to Veta, Perry has now gone a long way toward clearing his name.
Litigator of the Week: D. Jean Veta of Covington & Burling
The Litigation Daily
December 20, 2012
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