The Office of Thrift Supervision will have to pay a former examiner nearly $800,000, after failing to appeal the award to the Supreme Court.

Michael J. Haley sued the agency in 1990 after he was fired for disclosing examination information to the owner of an embattled Missouri thrift.

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