US court decision frees Anglo borrowers to pursue case against Nama and FitzPatrick
Nama is being sued by a group of former borrowers over alleged mail and bankruptcy fraud, obstructing justice, and intimidation.
A judge in Delaware in the US has cleared the way for a group of former Anglo Irish Bank borrowers to pursue a civil racketeering case against the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), its chief executive Brendan McDonagh and the former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick.
Nama is being sued by a group of former borrowers, led by Swiss-based property developer John Flynn, over alleged mail and bankruptcy fraud, obstructing justice, and intimidation.
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