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November 14, 2016

GSE Plaintiffs Spar with Agencies Over Timing of Document Release

By Carisa Chappell

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“While plaintiffs did not begrudge defendant a reasonable time to review the court’s decision, it is apparent that the defendant has now settled on a legal strategy but is unwilling to disclose that strategy to the extent doing so would require it to produce documents prior to the D.C. Circuit’s anticipated ruling,” Fairholme argued in court papers.

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