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Claims for Misrepresenting Real Estate Collateral Actionable Under the False Claims Act

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Overstating the value of real estate serving as collateral for loans has been identified as one of the culprits in bringing about the Great Recession. Not only can the overstatement of real estate result in criminal charges, but as the court ruled in United States ex rel. Conner v. Veluchamy, et al., 11-cv-4458 (N.D. Ill. Jan. 3, 2014), these schemes can also give rise to civil liability under the False Claims Act as well. More

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