One of the nation's top banking lawyers was quietly shown the door last week by industry representatives working on the insurance issues that are plaguing Glass-Steagall legislation.

H. Rodgin Cohen, a partner in New York's Sullivan & Cromwell, last week was told by other bank lobbyists to withdraw from negotiations between the insurance and banking industries on the question of bank insurance powers.

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