Dividend Declaration Despite Loss of Supervisory Goodwill Indicates Supervisory Goodwill Has No Value

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January 22, 2004
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Commercial Federal Bank F.S.B. v. The United States
No. 95-472C (Fed. Cl. 2004)
US
Federal Court
Federal
United States Court of Federal Claims
Alex Blanton, Ann Loughlin, Ashley N. Bailey, David C. Hoffman, David M. Cohen, Delfa Castillo, Edward L. Lublin, Jeanne E. Davidson, Jeffrey T. Infelisa, Joanne Johnson, Katia Fano, Lawrence Sher, Marc S. Sacks, Paul Honigberg, Stuart E. Schiffer
Frederic Forster, Donald M. Kaplan, Mukesh Bajaj, Ph.d.
Futey

Summary

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims determined a damage award in this breach of contract matter arising from the passage of the Financial Institutions Reform and Recovery Act (FIRREA) in 1989.

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Commercial Federal Bank F.S.B. v. The United States

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