Whistleblower slams Mortgage Co. defense in FCA Row

By Charlie Innis (July 14, 2022, 5:33 p.m. EDT) – A whistleblower has asked a California federal court for a quick victory over multiple defenses presented by a mortgage lender she accused of taking out unfit Federal Housing loans Administration, arguing that Academy Mortgage Corp. failed to show that the government knew of and authorized his alleged misconduct.

Gwen Thrower, who sued the Academy on behalf of the government, claimed in a motion for partial summary judgment on Wednesday that there was no evidence that the United States knew all the facts about the lender’s alleged fraudulent activity. mortgage and had authorized it.

Even if the U.S. knew about the alleged fraud, Thrower argued, the lender can’t escape it False…

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