A federal judge reinfored the authority of National Credit Union Administration examiners to issue opinions on the quality and competence of credit union management last month when he dismissed lawsuits brought against the agency by two former credit union executives.

The suits, brought by the former manager and assistant manager of Hamilton Standard Federal Credit Union in Windsor Locks, Conn., contended that the men were illegally fired by the board of directors at the command of the examiners.

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