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"ONE SATISFACTION RULE". The Co-authors have endeavored to narrow down and explain the bare facts and the several legal theories behind the U.S. Federal governments most recent 2008 Bank, Wall Street and Insurance Company Bail Out by the use of the "ONE SATISFACTION RULE". "The Bail out of the 90s, involved the same folks," says co-author Scott Stubblefield, Esq. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.

Judge Tashima and his Memorandum Opinion II And Order of May 29, 1986: Mortgage Pool Certificates Securities Litigation. No. MDL, 647 AWT. United States District Court, C.D. California, May 13, 1986, CLICK FOR MORE STORY

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1. Bank of AmericaReviewTimeLine Updates
A short look at the Bank's Strategic TimeLines
1896 To 1905
1896 - May 26: Charles Dow reveals his industrial stock average in the first publication of his daily paper -- the Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones creates four averages to measure market performance, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
1906 - Bank of Italy Founded by: Amadeo P. Giannini.
1906 - January 12: The Dow Jones Industrial Average closes the day at over 100 for the first time.
1907 - October 21: Rumors of financial problems at a leading New York bank trigger investors to run on banks throughout the city, beginning the Panic of 1907. J. P. Morgan devises a plan to return cash to banks, saving the country from its most severe financial crisis to date.
1913 - February 28: The Pujo Committee, appointed by Congress to investigate practices of the banking and securities industry, issues a report which leads Congress to create the Federal Reserve System. The Fed is designed to stabilize the nation's banking structure.
1913 - December 13, 1913: AT&T's "Kingsbury Commitment" was accepted by the U.S. Attorney General and approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission. This "Kingsbury Commitment," restricted the use and sale of the effects of the NBS Wireless Telephone®™© frequencies.
1914 - July 31: World War I begins in Europe, leading to sharp declines in world stock prices. The N.Y.S.E. and exchanges throughout the world temporarily suspend trading in order to stop prices from dropping further.
1917 - April 6, 1917, the U.S. declared war on Germany. All commercial and amateur wireless stations were closed down and came under the control of the U.S. Navy;
1917 - June 15th: Espionage Act of 1917. The U.S. Sedition Act United States, a portion of the amendment to Section 3 of the
1918 - July 31, 1918: President Woodrow Wilson on under authority of a joint resolution of Congress -- took control of the telephone and telegraph systems in the United States, placing them under the direction of the Post Office Department;
1922 - April 7: GOVERNMENT Radio Wave REGULATION-1922. The administration of the broadcasting industry regulations was entrusted to the U.S. Department of Commerce;
1927 - April 7: RADIO ACT OF 1927 - the pace setter for the FCC; and
1934 - April 7: FCC form - Congress created the Federal Communications Commission in 1934.
1917 - April 7: Following a series of German provocations, President Woodrow Wilson asks Congress for a formal declaration of war. The U.S. enters World War I.
June 8: A liberty loan rally is held on the trading floor of the N.Y.S.E., where former president William H. Taft encourages Americans to purchase war bonds.
1918 - Curb brokers in Wall Street, New York City November 11: The United States emerges from World War I as a creditor nation and a rising global force.
1930 To 1969
1930 - Bank of America was formed. The name change from the Bank of Italy to the Bank of America took place.
1977 - The financial, banking, insurance world, discovers the "mortgage pass-through certificate."
1986 - May 29th. The One-satisfaction rule, Judge Tashima and his Memorandum Opinion II And Order of May 29, 1986: Mortgage Pool Certificates Securities Litigation.1986,
1970 To 1989
1989 - Benchmarks and Guides to finance. FICO MAKES their first changes as to "Who's who" will to fit into the new Federal "One Satisfaction -- World" benchmarks. The bailout of mortgage once paid off by an Guarantee Bond, or by a Federal Bail out Agreement (See the Wall Street Bailout of October 2008), can be paid since the scores were used during the recent boom as a substitute for detailed underwriting procedures. It appeared in 2006, there were numerous ways to game the FICO system,.
1996 - The Telecommunications Act of 1996. Congress deregulates telephone monopolies. Congress authorizes the FCC to sell NBS Wireless Telephone®™© (spectrums) -- frequencies.
1998: BankAmerica Corp. in San Francisco merges with NationsBank Corp. The new company, Bank of America Corp., will be based in Charlotte, N.C.
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2001: April 25th - CEO Kenneth Lewis takes over as Bank of America's President and Chief Operating Officer. Hugh McColl, 65, will retire April 25, stepping down after 20 years as head of the largest U.S. bank rated by deposits. - CLICK FOR MORE STORY Bank of America CEO to Step Down.
2001b - BofA Quits Subprime Lending, Car Leases Banking: Those sectors have hurt other lenders. The bank will take a $1.25-billion charge. August 18, 2001. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
2001c - The LA TIMES reported the Bank of America Corp. on August 16, 2001 became the latest lender to report big problems with loans to less-credit-worthy borrowers amid the weak economy. CLICK FOR MORE STORY.
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2002: NationsBank. Bank of America agrees to pay $490 million to settle claims that it misled shareholders before its merger with NationsBank
February 9, 2002 BofA Settles Suits by Shareholders. Bank accused of playing down losses before merger with NationsBank. It will pay $490 million to shareholder for its Tortfeasants. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
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2004: Bank of America buys FleetBoston Financial Corp. for $47 billion
2004: Bank of America and FleetBoston agree to pay $675 million in fines and restitution to settle charges that the banks let privileged investors engage in trading practices that hurt regular shareholders
2006: Bank of America buys MBNA Corp., the biggest independent credit card issuer, for $35 billion
August 2007: Countrywide Financial Corp. Amid rising concern about financial problems at Countrywide Financial Corp., Bank of America invests $2 billion in the lender
2007b BofA settles privacy lawsuit. Who's next -- American Express? CLICK FOR MORE STORY
2007: Fair-Issac Corporation changes their scoring methods for 2008. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
January 2008: Countrywide Sells to Bank of America. Agrees to buy Countrywide, paying $2.5 billion in BofA stock. CLICK FOR MORE STORY
September 2008: Merrill Lynch & Co & Bank of America tentatively agrees to buy brokerage giant Merrill Lynch & Co. for $44 billion in stock. CLICK FOR MORE STORY

The Judge Tashima Era - The ONE SATISFATION RULE: Publishers IN THIS ISBN BOOK SET hereby authenticates the use of its ISBN.
• The Co-authors have endeavored to narrow down and explain the bare facts and the several legal theories behind the U.S. Federal governments most recent 2008 Bank, Wall Street and Insurance Company Bail Out by the use of the "ONE SATISFACTION RULE". "The Bail out of the 90s, involved the same stratigy used by the BofA vs NMEC folks in the 90s," says co-author Scott Stubblefield, Esq.
•• Legal literature is not a tool by which compiling authors may keep for themselves, thus, the facts and data that has been collected from existing works, may be freely used. Of course, that includes the opinions of judges, attorneys and the information leaked to the news media. Even some of the material the authors herein have compiled to redefine and ascertain the time period -- when the "new parties to this action, joined the existing "joint tortfeasors" -- is not immune from this copyright.
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Both the authors and publisher believe that the examples and case history data found within the book set, and special eWeb editions are accurate, thus such reliance, will be most useful in helping the para-legal, case and trial attorney prepare for trial.
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In the NBS WiTEL action started in 1990, the late Melvin Belli, stated, "by law, in America, RF - hi-frequency radio broadcasting spectrums were not sold to telephone companies." It wasn't until 1999, the first FCC Auction was planned. This was a complete about-face from what was promised to Stubblefield and the Kentucky "big six" in 1906, stated Melvin Belli, in "The Tortfeasors".
••• "In lost revenue alone, Kentucky and the "big six" were bleached out of the wireless picture. In today's monetary standards, the amount erased by the government would be in the billions to the Stubblefield Family, as well as to the many other Kentuckians, whom invested money in the American dream of the 1900."
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However, the story line, data, news clippings and other information are intended solely as researching aids and should not be used in any particular application without independent studies and verification by the person making the application.
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For these reasons, the Authors and Publisher of this ISBN make no warranties, express or implied, that the examples, data, or other information in these volumes are free of error, that they are consistent with industry standards, or that they will meet the requirements for any particular legal application. CLICK FOR MORE Peswiki STORY
The Judge Tashima Era - The ONE SATISFATION RULE:
This Book, However,
is not only about Bank of America, NMEC and Wells Fargo, it is also about the One-satisfaction rule, Judge Tashima and his Memorandum Opinion II And Order of May 29, 1986: Mortgage Pool Certificates Securities Litigation. No. MDL, 647 AWT. United States District Court, C.D. California, May 13, 1986, CLICK FOR MORE STORY
••• "1. Damages ¬ 59
••• One-satisfaction rule, which is based upon principle that injured party may re cover only once for single injury, and thus that any payment made by any person in compensation for harm diminishes proportionally injured party's claim against any tortfeasors, is applicable to federal securities claims and, under California law, to state statutory and common-law fraud claims.
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Bank, as escrow agent for mortgage pools, was not subrogated to rights of pool investors when it paid off investors following discovery that pools were being operated fraudulently where bank admitted paying off investors in recognition of its own responsibilities toward them.
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Once injured party is fully compensated for its injury, whether by tort-feasor or someone else, his claim is extinguished by operation of law and thus cannot be as assigned.
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Payment by escrow agent of mortgage pools to investors, upon discovery that pools were being operated fraudulently, constituted full satisfaction of investors' claims, where agent was itself liable to investors, and thus agent could not bring investors' claims by way of assignment against other allegedly fraudulent operators and participants in mortgage pools; rejecting (American Commercial Lines v. Valley Line Co., 529 F.2d 921 (8th Cir.).
THE AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER OF THIS ISBN
660BoaTortfeasor46w.jpg EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF DISTRIBUTION AND OF PUBLISHING FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, even if the author has been advised of a particular purpose, and even if a particular purpose is indicated in the book. The author and publisher also disclaim all liability for direct, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages that result from any use of the examples, data, or other information in this book. Melvin M. Belli, Esq. / Kevin McLean, Esq./ Scott C. Stubblefield, Esq. - San Francisco, California MORE BELLI STORIES - / Smart90 - Who Was Melvin? / Wikipeadea / Best Books References /

A Happy Welcome is extended into the world and secrets of Sun Tzu, the innovator of the popular "Bait Switch Game".
"We Couldn't Have Done It Without You."
----- Discover the hidden secrets and never before revealed truths about the Bank of America -- NMEC scandal; the events that destroyed many people, including the president and chairman of the Board of Bank of America and NMEC. BofA's Sam Armacost, called the NMEC scandal, "that crazy mortgage thing never should have happened". BofA's Board of Directors called the scandal "their personal Pearl Harbor" -- analogized after Federal Judge Tashima. ( The Tashima Era)
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This Book, however is not only about Bank of America, NMEC and Wells Fargo, it is also about the founders, the good and bad guys of the financial, banking, insurance world, and the corporate gurus who make up the pieces of the puzzle -- from the early days of mortgage pass-through certificates, in 1977 to 1993.
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The methodology which Troy and Josie Cory applied to resolve the BoA -- NMEC scandal, is, what you might call in he high tech world -- as Motion with Devotion. You'll find there's as much as a thin-line between Bank of America and NMEC activities, as there is between Trust Deed and mortgage notes-- for without one you might not have the other.
We Couldn't Have Done It Without You -- said BofA the 80s and 1990s
-----The Banks Un-American Banking Activities in the 80s, promoted itself as the bank that -- "We Couldn't Have Done It Without You." But to Claire Giannini Hoffman, the bank her father founded in 1906, as the Bank of Italy, is doing an unflattering job on his memory.
ffman, was an ongoing critic of Bank of America for much of her lifetime. She made a habit of contacting newspapers and radio stations condemning the wild and wooly ways of various BofA officials, calling them "an insult to my father."
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"It is contemptible, what they are doing," the 89 year-old Hoffman would tell interviewers. "They are using my father's name and picture to promote their bank". She said the modern Bank of America does not represent the business philosophy espoused by her father. "My father believed that, if you helped people, eventually you would have people for friends, as well as customers."
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Hoffman, delivered a blow to the bank's image in 1985, by resigning her honorary seat on its board. It was over what she called, the "unpardonable" act of selling its San Francisco headquarters; the repossessing of trucks, automobiles and the homes and farms from our customers, in a time of need.
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Today's BofA, she said, "is just another bank. If it didn't have the same name there would be no similarity at all."
We Couldn't Have Done It Without You -- said BofA in the 2002s and 08s
-----And the predictions declared by the daughter of founder of BofA, Amadeo P. Giannini, were right on - JUST LOOK AT THE TIMELINE. The name change from the Bank of Italy, to the Bank of America took place in 1930.

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