The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has been engaged in a running battle over the past three years with unsecured creditors over rights to assets owned by the holding companies of dozens of failed banks.
The disputes would be unremarkable except for one surprising fact: the unsecured creditors are beating the pants off the feds.
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