October 12, 2009
BofA Agrees to Turn Over Documents About Merrill Lynch Legal AdviceThe Bank of America, in a sharp reversal of strategy, has agreed to waive the attorney client privilege and turn over to the New York Attorney General documents concerning the legal advice it received in connection with the Merrill Lynch merger, according to the Wall St. Journal. It is expected that this is the first step toward settlement. WSJ, BofA to Hand Over Documents Related to Its Merrill Deal.
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