Ga. counties say Wells Fargo Fair Housing Suit is not too late

By Jon Hill (July 22, 2022 at 8:50 p.m. EDT) — Three Georgia counties suing Wells Fargo for allegedly discriminatory home loan and foreclosure practices are pushing to keep their renewed claims alive, telling a federal judge in Atlanta that her recent complaint has been beefed up more than enough to establish the timeliness of her case.

In a letter Thursday, Cobb, DeKalb and Fulton counties told U.S. District Judge Michael L. Brown that the expanded complaint they filed against Wells Fargo in April included “the precise types of factual allegations” that were identified as missing were viewed when the judge threw them out the previous iteration in March.

Judge Brown then ruled…

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