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Civil Cases - Multi-District Litigation
In Re: Libor-Based Financial Instruments Antitrust Litigation, case number 1:11-md-02262
Judge: Naomi Reice Buchwald
Originally filed: Aug. 12, 2011, U.S. District Court for the South District of New York
Notes: This was a multi-district litigation case combining over 30 cases from across the United States, including class action complaints against major banks including Deutsche Bank AG, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co, Bank of America N.A., UBS AG, Credit Suisse Group, NA, and Barclays PLC.
Notes: RBS agreed to plead guilty to felony wire fraud and admitted its role in manipulating LIBOR. RBS Securities Japan signed a plea agreement and agreed to pay a $50 million fine. The government entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with parent company RBS which required RBS to admit and accept responsibility for its misconduct, cooperate with investigators, and pay an additional $100 million fine.