Despite a string of recent legal victories, bankers are unlikely to score a knockout blow against occupation-based credit unions.

Legal experts said they do not expect U.S. District Judge Thomas P. Jackson to expand upon his Oct. 25 order preventing 3,586 occupation-based credit unions from adding new customers who don't share a common bond with the core membership.

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