WASHINGTON — As directors and officers of failed banks brace for Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. lawsuits, an intense legal battle is developing over accessing files at their former institutions.
Before regulators locked the doors, board members and senior officers at numerous troubled banks made copies of their institution's internal documents, which included sensitive customer information, and fed them to outside defense teams to prepare for potential litigation.
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