Rhode Island law firm connected to banking crisis settles with state

Kaplan, David
March 1999
Bond Buyer;03/09/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30594, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on Rhode Island-based law firm Adler Pollack & Sheehan's payment of $14.5 million to the Depositors Economic Protection Corp. which issued more than $600 million of debt in 1991 to cover depositors' savings following the collapse of several state banks and credit unions. Allotment of the funds to reduce debt on the bonds; Features of the lawsuit filed against the firm in 1994.


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