The U.S. Court of Federal Claims handed a victory to investors in 24 current and defunct thrifts who are seeking to hold the government liable for eliminating regulatory goodwill.

Judge John P. Wiese ruled that the statute of limitations on goodwill suits expired Dec. 7, 1995, six years after the Office of Thrift Supervision's rules implementing the thrift bailout law took effect.

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