Defense of Bank Directors: Confronting the Government

Confronting the Government

At the height of the so-called banking crisis of 1992, the federal government filed federal court lawsuits against several bank officials and directors, accusing them of violating their duties as directors and officers. Our clients – in one case a bank president; in others, ordinary citizen directors – had never faced the terrifying might of the federal government. In each case, we were able to fight the government to a standstill and settle for nominal amounts: very satisfying.

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