Seven months after its conversion to stock form, New York City's Carver Federal Savings Bank is battling a shareholder's accusations that it misled investors.

Robert L. Dougherty is suing the $368 million-asset thrift, claiming that the prospectus for the October 1994 conversion contained misrepresentations. He argues that the bank sold too much stock for too high a price per share.

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