An Oct. 25 article, "First Interstate's Defense Could Prove No Match for Wells' Offense, Experts Say," page 1, incorrectly paraphrased Charles Nathan of the law firm of Fried, Frank, Harris Shriver & Jacobsen as saying First Interstate Bancorp has no charter provisions that would regulate a proposal to call a special shareholder meeting. In fact, the charter requires that a meeting be held if 50.1% of all shareholders approve such a proposal.
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