WASHINGTON -- A federal judged resolved a legal dispute earlier this month that makes it easier for the Office of Thrift Supervision to recoup money from the holding companies of failed institutions.

Judge Harold H. Greene of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia wrote in a Sept. 8 decision that the OTS does not lose authority over holding companies once their banking affiliates fail.

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