The Financial Accounting Standards Board is reviving discussion of a proposal to require more disclosure of potential lawsuit losses after getting opposition from Citigroup Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp.

The banking companies objected when FASB sought last year to expand reports on possible outcomes of pending or anticipated litigation. Its staff is recommending that the board, which met Wednesday, "redeliberate all of the significant issues," according to a document on FASB's Web site.

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