Bank of America, advised by Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, did not meet a Monday deadline to turn over documents related to its merger with Merrill Lynch to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, according to a source at BofA familiar with the matter.

Reginald Brown, co-head of WilmerHale’s Public Policy and Strategy Group, is leading a WilmerHale team advising BofA on its dealings with the committee and its chair, Rep. Edolphus Towns of New York, according to sources familiar with the matter. Brown declined to comment when reached by The Am Law Daily. The bank retained Wilmer in the spring to deal with a congressional probe into various aspects of the Merrill merger.

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