Goodwin Procter says it committed no ethical violations while representing Bank of America in three sweeping predatory lending cases when it also began representing former bank employees whose statements form the backbone of the litigation against the bank. 

Responding to a motion to disqualify Goodwin from defending Bank of America in one case pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the law firm countered the three plaintiff counties “have utterly failed to demonstrate that Goodwin violated any rule of professional conduct.” 

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