Miami attorney Carlos Loumiet covered up crimes at Miami's Hamilton Bank in an ostensibly independent investigation before the bank was shut down for fraud, a lawyer said Tuesday in closing arguments at his civil regulatory trial. But Loumiet attorney Alan Greer asserted the U.S. Office of Comptroller of the Currency failed to prove any cover-up. An administrative law judge must determine whether Loumiet helped hide the illegal activities of three bank officers who are in federal prison for their roles.
Judge to Decide if Miami Attorney Helped Hide Illegal Bank Activity
Daily Business Review
March 12, 2008