Morgan Drexen accused of altering dates on existing documents or fabricated bankruptcy petitions entirely.
The action offered its share of drama even during motion practice, when the defendant was one of those that took up the sword against the Bureau on constitutionality grounds. It lost that motion last month but managed first to get the Court to hold that CFPB officials could be subjected to depositions. Trial was set to begin on February 10, 2015, but instead the court held an evidentiary hearing that day in connection with the CFPB’s motion for sanctions against the defendant for fabricating and destroying evidence.
At the hearing, CFPB attorney Gabriel D. O’Malley alleged that the defendant created or altered relevant bankruptcy petitions in June or July of 2014, after the CFPB had served its discovery requests on the defendant. The CFPB claims that the defendant’s former Chief Operating Officer tipped off the CFPB just last month that the defendant had altered dates on existing documents or fabricated bankruptcy petitions entirely. The defendant flatly denies these allegations and paints the former COO as a disgruntled ex-employee with a vendetta against the company. The court has not yet ruled on the CFPB’s motion.”
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