New York to Get $800M From Bank of America Accord

, New York Law Journal

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In the largest-ever settlement between the U.S. government and a single company, Bank of America Corp. on Thursday agreed to pay $16.6 billion in penalties and consumer relief for selling toxic mortgage-backed securities—a sum that will include approximately $800 million in cash payments and relief for New York consumers.

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