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Goldman Sachs’s CEO and other officers are accused in a pair of shareholder lawsuits of lax oversight in deals involving risky mortgage-backed securities that later went bad, AP reports.

The lawsuits filed April 22 in New York State Supreme Court name Lloyd Blankfein and the firm’s entire board of directors as defendants. The suits follow civil fraud charges filed last week by the Securities and Exchange Commission over the same investments.

The bank told the SEC May 10 that it expects more litigation over its collateralized debt obligations. The two parties also are said to be in preliminary settlement talks.

The SEC says Goldman committed fraud by failing to disclose important information about the securities that might have scared off investors.

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