Corporate Counsel‘s ongoing coverage of the controversy over Bank of America’s acquisition of Merrill Lynch:

How Bank of America Used Merrill Losses to Bully the Government

September 29, 2009

VIDEO: Bank of America: The Players

October 22, 2009

Docs in Bank of America Probe Apparently Show CEO Misled the Feds

October 22, 2009

What Was BofA Lawyer’s Advice on Merrill? It Depended on the Audience

October 26, 2009

Did Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis Listen to His Lawyers?

November 1, 2009

Bank of America’s Top Lawyer Wasn’t Licensed to Drive Merrill Deal

November 5, 2009

Bank of America Execs Grilled on Firing of GC During Crucial Deal

November 17, 2009

SEC to Congress: Bank of America Probe Going Deeper

December 14, 2009

Thumbing Their Noses? Bank of America Taps Moynihan as CEO

December 17, 2009

Judge Denies SEC Motion Seeking New Charge Against BofA (for Now)

January 12, 2010

SEC Files Suit Claiming Bank of America Hid Merrill Losses

January 13, 2010

Did BofA’s Lawyers Pull a 180? Cuomo Suit Suggests the Bank Changed Course on Merrill

February 08, 2010

Judge Rakoff Chides SEC Lawyer at NYC Hearing on Bank of America

February 08, 2010

Fork It Over: Rakoff Wants the Scoop on Why Bank of America Fired Its GC

February 12, 2010