From the Raw Story:
President Bush’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Harriet Miers, provided erroneous and incomplete information to the Senate Judiciary Committee about her membership on a Board of Directors for a real estate investment company, RAW STORY has learned.
Miers also neglected to mention a class action lawsuit that accused the firm, Capstead Mortgage, of violating federal securities laws. The suit, which was later dismissed, came during the period Miers failed to include in her responses to the Senate questionnaire.
Miers neglected to mention a class action lawsuit for violation of the Securities Exchange Act that was filed against the corporation in July 1998 and consolidated with 23 similar suits in 1999.