With institutions involved in more lawsuits than ever, bankers should be careful what they write in internal memos, according to a seasoned banking litigator.

Carefully kept files can come back to haunt bankers in court, said Dana F. Eddy, general counsel to West Virginia Gov. Gaston Caperton.

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