Government attorneys are criticizing TCB (The Consolidated Bank) for their extensive and wide-ranging discovery requests, accusing the bank of seeking information far beyond the scope of the case. It is suggested that TCB’s motive in pursuing such broad discovery could be to depose senior housing officials, further complicating an already complex legal battle.
Key points from the text:
– TCB’s discovery requests are described as “incredibly broad” by government attorneys.
– The bank’s motivations are suspected to include deposing high-ranking housing officials.
– The discovery requests go beyond the scope of the case, according to the criticism from government attorneys.
– The legal battle is characterized as complicated and possibly becoming even more convoluted due to TCB’s tactics.
These allegations highlight the contentious nature of the legal proceedings between TCB and the government. The bank’s pursuit of extensive discovery and potential deposition of senior housing officials suggests a strategic move to gather as much information as possible to support their case. The involvement of high-ranking officials adds another layer of complexity to the already intricate legal battle. As the case unfolds, it remains to be seen how these controversial tactics will impact the outcome.
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