WASHINGTON - You're in a lawsuit involving a failed savings and loan. To prove your case, you need a crucial bit of information that can be gleaned only from a confidential examiner's report.

Getting it won't be easy. But now, thanks to a regulation issued last week by the Office of Thrift Supervision, you can at least find out how to go about trying.

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