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Feds indict failed bank’s lawyer for alleged $5M scam

June 24, 2011 --

A lawyer and two top executives allegedly made more than $5 million by defrauding the Stockbridge bank that employed them, prosecutors said today. Robert E. Maloney Jr., once in-house counsel for FirstCity Bank, is accused of conspiring with the bank’s president and senior loan officer to secure loans to borrowers who were buying property that one of them owned.

March 22

March 22, 2011 --

Camp defendant: Ex-judge a coward for seeking leniency Audit: Trim ATL courtrooms, staff, save $2M FirstCity Bank president, loan officer indicted Lawsuit against online travel sites gets class-action status

July 30

July 30, 2010 --

Georgian Bank president awash in lawsuits Augusta school staff’s resort retreat under fire as too ritzy Condo loans made 6 weeks before feds closed Newnan bank UGA president, prof await result of tenure hearing Lawyer finds no one to accept Preston Smith ethics complaint Ousted USDA employee Sherrod plans to sue blogger MARTA: 10 employees […]