WASHINGTON -- A Connecticut federal judge has struck yet another blow to the efforts of bank regulators to bring suits against directors of failed institutions under an easier-to-prove form of negligence.

U.S. District Judge T.F. Gilroy Daly dismissed charges late last month against the directors of the failed Charter Federal Savings and Loan Association of Stamford, Conn.

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