Issues : Liability

research | May 4th, 2012

Trends in FDIC Lawsuits Against Directors and Officers

Cornerstone Research senior staff analyzes who is getting sued, where and when.

By: Cornerstone Research Senior Staff
research | February 1st, 2012

Characteristics of FDIC Lawsuits against Directors & Officers of Failed Financial Institutions

Cornerstone Research provides an analysis on the most recent lawsuits in which the FDIC, as receiver for failed financial institutions, brings professional liability claims against the directors and officers.

By: Cornerstone Research Senior Staff
article | January 13th, 2012

Survivor Guilt: An Assessment of Financial Crisis Lawsuits

What did it cost Bank of America and Wells Fargo to buy failing institutions during the financial crisis?

By: Naomi Snyder
article | December 20th, 2011

How is Your Bank Perceived by the D&O Underwriter?

Whether you are renewing your directors & officers (D&O) liability insurance or simply preparing for a D&O discussion, the person you should be trying to impress is the underwriter.

By: Dennis Gustafson
article | November 18th, 2011

Bank Buildings: When Directors Are the Landlords

Are any of your bank branches and offices owned by directors? That could spell trouble but it can be handled well. Here’s how.

By: Jonathan Hightower