June 9, 2016 — House Banking Chairman Greg Morris has settled a federal complaint over his role in the 2012 failure of a south Georgia bank.
Morris and other board members of the defunct Montgomery Bank & Trust, through their attorneys, filed court papers June 3 acknowledging that the settlement with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. was completed.
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FDIC bans exec of failed Ga. bank DeKalb cuts CSI response ‘Check homeowner policies,’ whistleblower urges
Arbitrators: Developer should pay $43M to FDIC, banks UGA professor scolded for failing to report harassment ATL superintendent’s personal e-mails subpoenaed Open gov’t law rewrite unlikely to pass this session House passes patients’ ‘right to know’ on malpractice insurance Forsyth County backs off ethics amendments 3 Columbus Parks & Rec defendants get no jail time
Bank, FDIC sue Senate banking chairman for debts DeKalb police cut public information; commission pissed Ousted USDA worker Sherrod sues blogger Gwinnett DA: Indicted commissioner’s rights not violated DeKalb school board member steps down as budget chair ATL to review 16 schools with high test erasures Rep. Scott, ex-wife alleged substance abuse
Family to get daughter’s death certificate — 10 years late Senate leaders back Murphy despite FDIC lawsuit DeKalb groups: EPA’s sewer mandate is weak Savannah council meets without public notice