Lender Processing Services Inc., provider of real estate technology, services, and mortgage performance data, today filed a motion to dismiss a consumer fraud lawsuit against the company filed by the state of Nevada that alleges the company falsified foreclosure documents. The state's attorney general, Catherine Cortez Masto, filed the suit on Dec. 15, 2011, in a state district court in Clark County. The suit names LPS, its predecessor Fidelity National Information Services Inc., and LPS subsidiaries including DOCX LLC and LPS Default Solutions Inc. The complaint alleges "widespread document execution fraud, deceptive statements made by LPS about efforts to correct document fraud, improper control over foreclosure attorneys and the foreclosure process, misrepresentations about LPS's fees and services, and evidence of an overall press for speed and volume that prevented the necessary and proper focus on accuracy and integrity in the foreclosure process," the state attorney ...
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