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    Banking Law Journal

    Banking Law Journal

    2000, vol.117                2010, vol.127

    2001, vol.118

    2002, vol.119

    2003, vol.120

    2004, vol.121

    2005, vol.122

    2006, vol.123

    2007, vol.124

    2008, vol.125

    2009, vol.126

      

    Banking Law Journal, 2000, vol.117

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    William M. Savino, Stephen J. Smirti

    Banks Must Begin to Develop Forms, Policies and Practices to Comply with New Federal Privacy Regulations

     No.1, January/February

    pp. 7-24

    Thomas J. Hall, Thomas E. Butler

    New York High Court Limits - But Does Not Eliminate - Creditors' Rights to Prejudgment Freeze of Debtors' Assets

     No.1, January/February

     pp. 25-32

    David S. Kupetz

    What Creditors Should Know about Retention of Counsel by Debtors in Possession, and about Payment of Their Fees

     No.1, January/February

     pp. 33-48

    Evan H. Krinick, Celeste M. Butera

    UCC Commentary

     No.1, January/February

     pp. 49-57

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

     No.1, January/February

     pp. 58-65

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

     No.1, January/February

     pp. 66-96

    Gerald T. Dunne

    Financial Modernization - Unfinished Agenda Editor's Headnotes

    No.2, March/April

     pp. 97-98

    Julian B. McDonnell, John Franklin Hitchcock

    The Sale of Promissory Notes under Revised Article 9: Cooking Securitization Stew

    No.2, March/April

     pp. 99-128

    Marshall E. Tracht

    Will Exploding Guaranties Bomb?

    No.2, March/April

    pp. 129-141

    John Lang, Joanne Redmann

    Patenting Business Methods and Systems: The Aftermath of State Street Bank and Trust v. Signature Financial

    No.2, March/April

     pp. 142-149

    Evan H. Krinick

    UCC Commentary

    No.2, March/April

    pp. 150-157

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.2, March/April

    pp. 158-167

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.2, March/April

    pp. 168-198

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Starting an Internet Bank: Practical Considerations

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 202-219

    Sandra Stern

    The Future is Here: The Electronic Closing in 2000

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 220-228

    Stephen B. Heifetz

    Proposed Counter-Money Laundering Act is the Newest Development in Federal Government's Battle against Transnational Financial Crime

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 229-237

    Evan H. Krinick

    UCC Commentary

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 238-243

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 244-252

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 253-260

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.3, May/June

    pp. 261-287

    Thomas C. Baxter, Chester S. Feldberg

    Crisis Avoidance, Containment and Control: A Report from the Financial Services Front

    No.4, July/August

    pp. 291-328

    Andrew L. Sandler, Molly A. Meegan

    Credit Card Issuers Beware: Consumer Disclosure Issues Present the Next Regulatory and Enforcement Risk for the Industry

    No.4, July/August

    pp. 329-338

    John Ryan

    Evolving Intercreditor Relationships among European High Yield Issuers

    No.4, July/August

    pp. 339-346

    Evan H. Krinick

    UCC Commentary

    No.4, July/August

    pp. 347-352

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.4, July/August

    pp. 353-364

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, July/August

    pp. 365-385

    Steven H. Cohen, Karen B. Gelernt, Lech Kalembka

    Promissory Notes: Another Path to Perfection

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 389-407

    Mark Kantor

    OTC Derivatives and Arbitration: Should Counterparties Embrace the Alternative

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 408-421

    Lee S. Siegel, Charlotte Biblow

    Attachment in Aid of Arbitration

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 422-428

    Henry Condell

    When Considering When to Object to a Debtor's Claimed Exemptions, Banks Should Keep Recent Second Circuit Decision in Mind

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 429-434

    Joseph J. Ortego, James W. Weller

    In Suits by Borrowers, Banks Increasingly Face Claims for Lesser Known Torts

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 435-440

    Claire Wheatley

    Regulatory Report from around the World in This Issue: London

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 441-445

    Evan H. Krinick

    UCC Commentary

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 446-451

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 452-459

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.5, September/October

    pp. 460-477

    Howard S. Denburg, Caroline S. Eaddy

    Employee Benefits in Bank Merger and Acquisition Transactions

    No.6, November/December

    pp. 481-486

    Julia B. Strickland, David W. Moon

    Shifting the Loss: Claims in Defenses in Check Kite Litigation

    No.6, November/December

    pp. 487-504

    Elizabeth C. Yen, Wingrove S. Lynton

    Recent Truth in Lending Litigation - When Must Disclosures Be Provided?

    No.6, November/December

    pp. 505-510

    Connie M. Friesen

    FRB Final Rule on FHCs is Good News for International Banks

    No.6, November/December

    pp. 511-518

    Norman B. Antin, Jeffrey D. Haas

    Maintaining a Web Site and Avoiding Liability under the Securities Laws

    No.6, November/December

    pp. 519-533

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.6, November/December

    pp. 534-557

    Banking Law Journal, 2001, vol.118

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Marshall E. Tracht,

    Arbitration of Truth-in-Lending Act Claims

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-17

    Meredith M. Brown, Paul S. Bird

    Hostile Takeovers

    No.1, January

    pp. 18-34

    Connie M. Friesen

    Regulatory Developments in Structured Finance: Will Sophisticated Risk Management Prevail?

    No.1, January

    pp. 35-40

    Michael J. MacAluso, Timothy G. Pillar

    E-Finance and Cross-Border Transactions

    No.1, January

    pp. 41-47

    Debra J. Schnebel

    Intercreditor and Subordination Agreements - A Practical Guide

    No.1, January

    pp. 48-62

    Daniel O'Rourke

    Banks and Thrifts - Why Are You (Still) Publicly Owned?

    No.1, January

    pp. 63-72

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.1, January

    pp. 73-86

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.1, January

    pp. 87-96

    Gerald T. Dunne

    If It Seems Too Good to Be True, It Probably Is

     No.2, February

    pp. 97-97

    Mark J. Volow, C. Mark Laskay

    Revised Article 9: What Banks Need to Know

     No.2, February

    pp. 99-127

    Kristin L. Anders

    Administrative Priorities in Bankruptcy: Issues for Secured Lenders

     No.2, February

    pp. 128-159

    James Gadsden

    Reorganization of Shipping Companies under U.S. Bankruptcy Law

     No.2, February

    pp. 160-169

    Kelli M. Walsh

    Third Circuit Affirms Release of Fraudulent Transfer Claims against Equity Holders

     No.2, February

    pp. 170-174

    Allison R. Axenrod

    Motive on Creditor's Attorney Irrelevant in Awarding Fees for Substantial Contribution

     No.2, February

    pp. 175-178

    Jacqueline B. Stuart

    Circuit Courts Split on Transferring FCC Licenses Bankruptcy Update

     No.2, February

    pp. 179-188

    Jacqueline B. Stuart

    Amendments Enacted to Strengthen Remedies of Financiers of Transportation Equipment

     No.2, February

    pp. 189-195

    John F. Dolan

    Financing for Commercial Hoi Poloi - Negotiable Drafts and Letters of Credit

    No.3, March

    pp. 199-207

    Brian W. Smith, Kimberly M. Boylan, Gregory S. Feder, Joseph E. Yesutis

    Bank-Owned Life Insurance: Pre-Purchase Analysis and Post-Purchase Compliance

    No.3, March

    pp. 208-220

    Timothy R. McTaggart, David F. Schon

    Final Rule Enacted Regarding Disclosure and Reporting of Community Reinvestment Act-Related Agreement

    No.3, March

    pp. 221-230

    R. Mark Keenan, Robert Y. Chung

    The Rogue Bank Officer: Can a Personnel File Kill a Bank's Insurance Coverage for the Officer's Thefts

    No.3, March

    pp. 231-236

    F. Paul Morrison, Andrew J. Reddon, Dean Novak

    Umbrellas and Witnesses for Hire: Lender Liability and the Use of Experts in Canadian Banking Cases

    No.3, March

    pp. 237-252

    Mark A. Conway, John H. Wendeln

    IRS Issues New Proposed Regulations Simplifying Minimum Distribution Rules

    No.3, March

    pp. 253-261

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.3, March

    pp. 262-269

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.3, March

    pp. 270-293

    Alan N. Resnick

    Subordination Agreement Provisions Shifting Chapter 11 Voting Rights: Can the Seniors Disenfranchise the Juniors

    No.4, April

    pp. 297-317

    Kenneth F. Ehrlich, Sean P. Mahoney

    Dealing with Safety and Soundness Exams in a Softening Economy

    No.4, April

    pp. 318-333

    Satish M. Kini

    Banking Agencies Proposed Revised Capital Rules Governing Merchant Banking in Non-Financial Companies

    No.4, April

    pp. 334-343

    John A. Yilek

    Loan Review and Redocumentation under Revised Article 9

    No.4, April

    pp. 344-362

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.4, April

    pp. 363-379

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, April

    pp. 380-392

    Gregg S. Sodini

    Conversion of Negotiable Instruments: An Overview of Claims, Defenses and Recent Developments

    No.5, May

    pp. 395-411

    Daniel O'Rourke, Dawn T. Haley

    Creating Capital and Providing Shareholder Liquidity for De Novo Banks: The Super De Novo Bank Solution

    No.5, May

    pp. 412-426

    Stephen F. Ornstein

    Massachusetts Enacts High Cost Mortgage Regulations

    No.5, May

     pp. 427-436

    Stephen B. Weissman

    Reverse Exchanges Can Benefit Real Property Owners

    No.5, May

     pp. 437-444

    Leonard A. Bernstein

    Philadelphia's New Predatory Lending Law: What Every Lender Must Know

    No.5, May

     pp. 445-457

    Evan H. Krinick, Howard B. Kleinberg

    UCC Commentary

    No.5, May

    pp. 458-466

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.5, May

    pp. 467-476

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.5, May

    pp. 477-490

    Joel B. Harris, Charles T. Caliendo

    Who Says the Business Judgment Rule Does Not Apply to Directors of New York Banks

    No.6, June

    pp. 493-519

    Douglas L. Furth, Glenn E. Siegel, Anna C. Palazzolo

    What Institutional Lenders Can Expect from the Business Aspects of the Pending Bankruptcy Legislation

    No.6, June

    pp. 520-540

    Patricia E. Obara

    Predatory Lending

    No.6, June

    pp. 541-553

    Dan W. Schneider

    TOWARD A UNIVERSAL APPROACH TO E-FINANCE REGULATION: THE SEC's ELECTRONIC MEDIA RELEASES

    No.6, June

    pp. 554-572

    Evan H. Krinick, Howard B. Kleinberg

    UCC Commentary

    No.6, June

    pp. 573-579

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.6, June

    pp. 580-591

    Dean E. Miller

    Homogenizing Trust Law

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 593-602

    David S. Neill

    A Guide to the Policies and Procedures Affecting Antitrust Divestitures in Bank Mergers

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 603-622

    Paul L. Lee,

    Global Finance and Transnational Failure: Comity and the Bankruptcy Code

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 623-641

    Connie M. Friesen

    Proposed Regulation W and International Banks: A Tale of Level Playing Fields and Regulatory Constraints

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 642-654

    Evan H. Krinick, Howard B. Kleinberg

    UCC Commentary

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 655-661

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 662-674

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 675-689

    Gerald T. Dunne

    A Phrase for the Syndrome

    No.8, September

    pp. 691-691

    Laura S. Pruitt

    Permissible Securities Activities of Banks: The Networking and Trust Activities Exceptions to Broker-Dealer Registration

    No.8, September

    pp. 693-719

    Philip G. Nichols

    Opinions from California Counsel: Matters of Interest for out-of-Sate Lenders

    No.8, September

    pp. 720-728

    Satish M. Kini, Ursula C. Bass

    The Federal Reserve Board Issues Widely Anticipated Rules Governing Bank-Affiliate Transactions

    No.8, September

    pp. 729-746

    Robert L. Peace

    Banks are a Proving Ground for Income Tax Rules on Capitalization

    No.8, September

    pp. 747-753

    Mark S. Rattner

    The Statute of Limitations under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act: New Jersey's View

    No.8, September

    pp. 754-765

    Alain Gauvin

    Viewpoint

    No.8, September

    pp. 766-774

    Christine Jagde, Andrew Shaffer

    Bankruptcy Update

    No.8, September

    pp. 775-782

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.8, September

    pp. 783-791

    Leonard B. Austin

    The Impact of New York Supreme Court's Commercial Division on Bank Litigation

    No.9, October

    pp. 793-797

    Mark E. Tabakman

    The Department of Labor Takes Aim at the Banking Industry

    No.9, October

    pp. 798-807

    David M. Mason

    Early Stage Workout Documentation and Procedures

    No.9, October

    pp. 808-820

    John Norwood

    Cashier's Checks and Stop Payment Orders under Revised Articles Three and Four of the UCC

    No.9, October

    pp. 821-847

    Evan H. Krinick, Howard B. Kleinberg

    UCC Commentary

    No.9, October

    pp. 848-854

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.9, October

    pp. 855-876

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.9, October

    pp. 877-889

    Mark Kantor

    The War of Terrorism and the End of Banking Neutrality

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 891-900

    Gerald T. McLaughlin, Paul S. Turner

    Revised UCC Article 9 and Letters of Credit

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 901-932

    Julia B. Strickland, Scott M. Pearson, David W. Moon

    Recent Developments in Consumer Financial Services Arbitration

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 933-957

    Andrea Lee Negroni, John P. Kromer

    Gramm-Leach-Bliley: Tip of the Privacy Iceberg

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 958-969

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 970-981

    Banking Law Journal, 2002, vol.119

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Todd Stern, Satish Kini, David Cohen, Stephen Heifetz

    The Money Laundering Abatement and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act of 2001

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-16

    David S. Prince

    Sutton's Law and Economics Applied to the Professional Fiduciary: Helping the Trustee Avoid Predatory Litigants

    No.1, January

    pp. 17-45

    Stephens B. Woodrough

    Civil Money Penalties and the Bank Secrecy Act - A Hidden Limitation of Power

    No.1, January

    pp. 46-61

    Kenneth B. Axe

    Creation, Perfection and Enforcement of Security Interests in Intellectual Property under Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code

    No.1, January

    pp. 62-86

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.1, January

    pp. 87-95

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.1, January

    pp. 96-111

    Joel F. Brown

    Perfection and Priority of Security Interests in Goods Held by Third-Party Bailees

    No.2, February

    pp. 115-128

    Manley Williams, Kirk D. Jensen

    Yield Spread Premiums: HUD's Clarification and Lingering Concerns

    No.2, February

    pp. 129-152

    George A. III Nation

    Creating Enforceable Guaranty Agreements: Multiple Sources of Law Require Careful Analysis

    No.2, February

    pp. 153-173

    Frank H. Reeves

    Bank Loan Participations under the Federal Deposit Insurance Act and Revised Article 9

    No.2, February

    pp. 174-189

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.2, February

    pp. 190-202

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.2, February

    pp. 203-209

    Nancy L. Williams, Marguerita Young-Jones

    The Euro, and U.S. Creditors

    No.3, March

    pp. 211-213

    Bernard Shull, Gerald A. Hanweck

    Bank Merger Policy: Proposals for Change

    No.3, March

    pp. 214-237

    Stephen C. Hunt, Charles M. Tatelbaum

    The Castle Defense: Florida Homesteads and the Havoco Rule

    No.3, March

    pp. 238-251

    Barry W. Hunter

    Anatomy of a Legal Opinion

    No.3, March

    pp. 252-268

    Elizabeth C. Yen

    Fed Issues New Truth in Lending High Cost Mortgage Loan Amendments

    No.3, March

    pp. 269-281

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.3, March

    pp. 282-289

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.3, March

    pp. 290-299

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.3, March

    pp. 300-308

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Mergers and Acquisitions on Financial Institutions: A Primer on Deal Points

    No.4, April

    pp. 311-349

    Robert F. Zielinski, Vito Petretti

    Records Retention: What Banks Don't Know Can and Likely Will Hurt

    No.4, April

    pp. 350-356

    Robert D. Mulford

    Accountability as Strict Liability for the Face Amount of a Check - Or Is It?

    No.4, April

    pp. 357-363

    Julia Bracewell, Neil Foster

    A View from the United Kingdom: New Financial Services and Markets Act Takes Effect

    No.4, April

    pp. 364-375

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.4, April

    pp. 376-386

    Laurence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

    No.4, April

    pp. 387-395

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, April

    pp. 396-406

    John F. Dolan

    Negotiation Letters of Credit

    No.5, May

    pp. 409-437

    Barry W. Hunter

    Compliance with Regulation U: A Refresher

    No.5, May

    pp. 438-451

    Stephens B. Woodrough

    What Constitutes a Violation of the Prohibition in Regulation O against Extensions of Credit to Bank Insiders with Unfavorable Features?

    No.5, May

    pp. 452-461

    Vincent Serpico, Denise Landers, Damon A. Terrill

    Making Sense of U.S. State Data Privacy Law

    No.5, May

    pp. 462-482

    Dean Edward Miller

    Life Settlements and Trust Accounts: A Possible Modification of the Trustee's Responsibility?

    No.5, May

    pp. 483-490

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.5, May

    pp. 491-498

    James F. Bauerle

    Au Revoir NextCard, Bonjour PayPal

    No.6, June

    pp. 499-500

    Gerald T. McLaughlin

    Exploring Boundaries: A Legal and Structural Analysis of the Independence Principle of Letter of Credit Law

    No.6, June

    pp. 501-565

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.6, June

    pp. 566-576

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.6, June

    pp. 577-587

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.6, June

    pp. 588-596

    Julia B. Strickland

    Finance Charges under TILA

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 597-599

    Thomas P. Vartanian, Mark J. Dorsey, Christopher M. Salter

    Information Sharing under the USA Patriot Act

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 600-607

    Stephen A. J. Eisenberg

    The Right to Financial Privacy Act: The Eagle Peeks behind the Veil

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 608-620

    Mathew N. Neumeier, Danielle J. Szukala

    Recent Trends in Federal Preemption of State Law Claims under the Federal Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 621-635

    Steven B. Potter

    Befriending Payday and Small Loan Businesses - A Smart Move for the Banking Industry?

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 636-642

    Laurence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 643-649

    David F. Scranton

    The Strategic View

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 650-681

    Jacqueline B. Stuart

    Bankruptcy Update

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 682-686

    Scott E. Cohen

    Rolling the Dice with Unsecured Creditors' Money: Creditors' Committee Fails to Protect Proceeds of Avoidance Actions

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 687-691

    Marshall C. Turner

    Debtor Obligated for Pro Rata Postrejection Rent Arising from Continued Occupation of Premises

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 692-694

    Dean Edward Miller

    Use of Nonbanks in Providing Jointly Packaged Fiduciary Services

    No.8, September

    pp. 695-698

    Howard Seife

    Insurance Proceeds in Bankruptcy

    No.8, September

    pp. 699-708

    Thomas Wallace, Gregg R. Lehrer

    The Issue of Right of Redemption in SBA Lending

    No.8, September

    pp. 709-717

    Laura L. Leonard, Sharon R. Siegel

    What Banks Need to Know about the New Superfund Amendments

    No.8, September

    pp. 718-723

    Mark Kantor

    The Scope of Choice of Law Clauses

    No.8, September

    pp. 724-735

    Barbara T. Kaplan, Patrick T. O'Brien

    Secrecy Associated with Offshore Banking Is Evaporating

    No.8, September

    pp. 736-741

    Robert D. Mulford

    Round Midnight: A Brief (but Definitive) Guide to the Timely Return of Checks

    No.8, September

    pp. 742-765

    A. Grant McCrea, Joshua R. Weiss

    New York Expands Role in Disputes over Foreign Exchange Swaps

    No.8, September

    pp. 766-771

    Daniel O'Rourke

    Super De Novo Banks - How to Put One Together

    No.8, September

    pp. 772-781

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.8, September

    pp. 782-791

    William M. Savino

    As North Dakota Goes, So Goes the Nation?

     No.9, October

    pp. 793-794

    Jennifer Maree

    Banking in the 21st Century: Cyberspace and Internet Banks - Redefining Compliance with the Community Reinvestment Act

     No.9, October

    pp. 795-827

    Kathryn L. Ossian

    U.S. Bancorp Obtains Transfer of Domain Names through Dispute Resolution Procedure

     No.9, October

    pp. 828-835

    Robert M. III Taylor

    Major Credit Union Modernization Legislation Enacted in Connecticut

     No.9, October

    pp. 836-845

    Dean Edward Miller

    No, the Trust Business Has Not Gone Away, and No, It Has Not Necessarily become an Adjunct of the Securities Business

     No.9, October

    pp. 846-852

    Laurence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

     No.9, October

    pp. 853-862

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

     No.9, October

    pp. 863-872

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

     No.9, October

    pp. 873-887

    Thomas E. McCurnin, Kip Jones

    Dishonest Bookkeepers: Protecting the Bank against Forged and Altered Checks

     No.10, November/December

    pp. 891-921

    R. Mark Keenan, Brian T. Valery, James E. Franz

    Fraud in a Mortgage Pool: Who Pays for the Loss?

     No.10, November/December

    pp. 922-926

    Christian A. Johnson

    Hidden Costs: A Case Study of Bank Borrowing and Interest Rate Swaps

     No.10, November/December

    pp. 927-934

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

     No.10, November/December

    pp. 935-945

    David F. Scranton, Jenna A. Doviak

    The Strategic View

     No.10, November/December

    pp. 946-962

    Banking Law Journal, 2003, vol.120

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Karen L. Grandstrand

    Enforcement Actions: Has Much Changed in the Last Decade?

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-4

    William M. Savino

    Bank Privacy Disputes Reach the Courts

    No.1, January

    pp. 5-17

    Patricia S. Mugavero

    Real Estate Management and Brokerage: As Permissible Nonbanking Activities

    No.1, January

    pp. 18-33

    Christopher H. Stephens

    Policy Collisions - China's Banking Reforms Require Dramatic Changes Affecting Many Policies and Sectors

    No.1, January

    pp. 34-47

    Mike C. Buckley, Gregory Sterling

    What Banks Need to Know about ABCs

    No.1, January

    pp. 48-58

    Patti Richards

    Surviving an IRS Community Bank Audit

    No.1, January

    pp. 59-61

    Lawrence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

    No.1, January

    pp. 62-69

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.1, January

    pp. 70-79

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.1, January

    pp. 80-91

    Mark Kantor

    Argentina, the World Bank and the IMF

    No.2, February

    pp. 93-94

    Gilbert A. Samberg

    When Mother's Milk Curdles: Testing the Common Wisdom of Financiers regarding the Treatment of Trade Finance in Economic Distress Situations

    No.2, February

    pp. 95-138

    Winston F. McGregor

    Risk Management of Trusts with Life Insurance

    No.2, February

    pp. 139-151

    Stephen B. Weissman

    What Banks Need to Know about Commercial Mortgage Prepayment

    No.2, February

    pp. 152-160

    Elizabeth C. Yen

    New Federal Telemarketing Proposals - Moving One Step Closer to a National Do Not Call Registry

    No.2, February

    pp. 161-170

    Howard B. Kleinberg

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.2, February

    pp. 171-179

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.2, February

    pp. 180-188

    Christopher J. Zinski, Mark R. Pacioni

    The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002: Financial Institution Compliance

    No.3, March

    pp. 191-240

    Satish M. Kini

    Analyzing Affiliate Transactions under the Federal Reserve's Regulation W

    No.3, March

    pp. 241-258

    Laurence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

    No.3, March

    pp. 259-265

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.3, March

    pp. 266-278

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.3, March

    pp. 279-284

    James F. Vivenzio

    Subchapter S Election for National Banks

    No.4, April

    pp. 287-308

    Gary A. Goodman, Robert W. Becker

    The New Basel II Capital Accord: Business and Legal Challenges for Real Estate Lenders

    No.4, April

    pp. 309-325

    Jonathan R. Macey, Maureen O'Hara

    Solving the Corporate Governance Problems of Banks: A Proposal

    No.4, April

    pp. 326-347

    Joseph P. Daly, Arthur D. Perschetz

    Reinsuring Private Mortgage Insurance: Opportunities for Noninterest Income

    No.4, April

    pp. 348-357

    James H. Foster

    Pennsylvania's New Mortgage Satisfaction Law Makes Significant Changes

    No.4, April

    pp. 358-364

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, April

    pp. 365-380

    John F. Dolan

    Standby Credits Do Not Protect Landlords from the Bankruptcy Code's Lease Cap

    No.5, May

    pp. 383-398

    Satish M. Kini, Jerome Roche

    New Contours of Bank Securities Activities: Dealer Push-out Rules

    No.5, May

    pp. 399-405

    John Casillas, Richard Romero

    An Overview of HIPAA's Impact on Healthcare Credit Practices

    No.5, May

    pp. 406-416

    Jin Chen

    Bank Information Disclosure in China: Evolution and Enhancement

    No.5, May

    pp. 417-458

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.5, May

    pp. 459-469

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.5, May

    pp. 470-476

    Margaret L. Moses

    The Irony of International Letters of Credit: They Aren't Secure, but They (Usually) Work

    No.6, June

    pp. 479-496

    Robert M. III Taylor

    Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Requirements Applicable to Financial Institutions

    No.6, June

    pp. 497-504

    Ricardo A. Pellerano

    Dominican Republic's New Financial Law Makes It Easier for U.S. Banks to Enter Dominican Banking Market

    No.6, June

    pp. 505-520

    Laurence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

    No.6, June

    pp. 521-527

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.6, June

    pp. 528-536

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.6, June

    pp. 537-572

    Stephanie E. Dreyer

    Toward a Bank-LLC: Analysis and Implications of the FDIC's Final Rule Allowing Banks to Organize as Limited Liability Companies

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 575-622

    S. Andrew Jurs

    What Banks Need to Know about Attorney's Fees in Chapter 13 Proofs of Claim

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 623-637

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 638-646

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 647-659

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 660-668

    Blair W. Keefe, Stephanie J. Fournier

    Significant New Opportunities for U.S. Banks in Canada

     No.8, September

    pp. 671-693

    James J. Croke, Peter C. Manbeck

    Revisions to Proposed Basel Capital Adequacy Framework

     No.8, September

    pp. 694-728

    Laurence S. Hughes

    UCC Commentary

     No.8, September

    pp. 729-737

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

     No.8, September

    pp. 738-750

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

     No.8, September

    pp. 751-764

    Satish M. Kini, Stephen R. Heifetz, Will T. Devries

    Problems with the Solution: New Forfeiture Provision Creates Confusion, Conflict, and Risk for Banks

    No.9, October

    pp. 769-782

    Valentino F. III Digiorgio

    New PATRIOT ACT Compliance Requirements Apply to Depository Institutions

    No.9, October

    pp. 783-790

    Michael J. Lubben, John J. Hanley

    New Jersey Predatory Lending Law Passed

    No.9, October

    pp. 797-798

    William M. Savino,

    What Banks Should Know about Identity Theft

    No.9, October

    pp. 799-810

    Roy W. Arnold, Michael E. Chaplin

    Mortgage Litigation Update: Unprecedented Expansion of Standing Doctrine Rebuffed by Courts

    No.9, October

    pp. 811-817

    Michele Floyd

    Recent Developments in California's Unfair Competition Law Involving Financial Institutions

    No.9, October

    pp. 818-827

    Laura B. Bartell

    The Lease Cap and Letters of Credit: A Reply to Professor Dolan

    No.9, October

    pp. 828-841

    John F. Dolan

    Letters of Credit and the Bankruptcy Code's Lease Cap: A Response to Professor Bartell

    No.9, October

    pp. 842-844

    David M. Posner

    Security Interests in Copyrights: The Ninth Circuit Closes the Loop and Holds That Article 9 Governs Perfection of Unregistered Copyrights

    No.9, October

    pp. 845-852

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.9, October

    pp. 853-860

    Robert L. Tortoriello, Gregg L. Rozansky

    The Federal Reserve Board's Proposed Interpretation of the Anti-Tying Provisions of the Bank Holding Company Act Amendments of 1970

    No.10, November-December

    pp. 863-886

    Eileen Breslin, Plotit Sarraf

    E-Sign and the UCC

    No.10, November-December

    pp. 887-893

    John S. Rainey, Patrick J. Beaton

    Managing Credit Risk in Interesting Times through the Use of Credit Derivatives

    No.10, November-December

    pp. 894-914

    David Curry, Sajida Mahdi, RayanJ. Fitts

    Bankruptcy Update

    No.10, November-December

    pp. 915-920

    David Curry, Sean Scott

    Divided Third Circuit Upholds Right of Creditors' Committees to Bring Avoidance Actions

    No.10, November-December

    pp. 921-926

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.10, November-December

    pp. 927-937

    Banking Law Journal, 2004, vol.121

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    John M. Sjovall

    What Duty Do Company Directors Owe to Banks and Other Creditors?

    No.1, January

    pp. 4-21

    Keith Charles Owens

    Bankruptcy Sales: A Banker's Guide

    No.1, January

    pp. 22-32

    Lisa Hill Fenning, Christopher Diangelo, Christopher Caperton

    What Banks Need to Know about Debtor-in-Possession Securitizations

    No.1, January

    pp. 33-39

    James J. Croke, Peter C. Manbeck

    Risk-Based Capital Treatment of ABCP Programs and Possible Capital Charge for Early Amortizations

    No.1, January

    pp. 40-46

    Christina A. Johnson

    The Failure of Superior Bank FSB: Regulatory Lessons Learned

    No.1, January

    pp. 47-67

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.1, January

    pp. 68-76

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-86

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.1, January

    pp. 87-96

    George Brandon, Mary Ann Jenkins

    The Limits of Article 4A

    No.2, February

    pp. 99-107

    Ronald Scheinberg

    Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates in the Downturn: An Assessment for Banks

    No.2, February

    pp. 108-140

    John T. Brooks, William C. Weinsheimer, Erika A. Swanson

    Delegation of Trustee's Duties to Advisors

    No.2, February

    pp. 141-152

    Michael I. Frachioni

    Leveraging the Land Revisited: Reviewing the Loan to Value Ratio Guidelines for Real Estate Lending by National Banks

    No.2, February

    pp. 153-165

    Arthur Nitsevych, Vadym Popelyuk

    Opportunities for U.S. Banks in the Ukraine

    No.2, February

    pp. 174-180

    Thomas J. Cunningham, Garrett E. Glass, Edward C. Fitzpatrick, Albert E. Fowerbaugh

    The Illinois High Risk Home Loan Act: New Obligations for Lenders and Servicers

    No.2, February

    pp. 166-173

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.2, February

    pp. 181-192

    Jeffrey Taft, Christine Poulon

    The FACT Act: The Latest Attempt at Overhauling the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Fairness and Accuracy of Consumer Reports

    No.3, March

    pp. 194-217

    James J. Croke

    What Banks Need to Know about New Developments in Asset-Backed Commercial Paper

    No.3, March

    pp. 218-284

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.3, March

    pp. 285-288

    Stephen R. Heifetz, Jonathan H. Hecht

    Travel Rule Exception to Expire on July 1, 2004, but Ambiguity Remains

    No.4, April

    pp. 291-296

    Robert Peace, Bruce Branson

    New Income Tax Regulations May Affect Bank Tax Accounting

    No.4, April

    pp. 297-307

    John C. III Goodchild, Stephanie A. Blair

    Focusing on Reasonableness and Cost Trends in Ediscovery and Record Retention

    No.4, April

    pp. 308-321

    Jeffrey L. Glatzer, Melissa Golub

    Are Loan Workouts Risky Business?

    No.4, April

    pp. 322-324

    R. Russ O'Haver, Kalyanam Karthikeyan

    Patenting Behavior after State Street

    No.4, April

    pp. 325-330

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.4, April

    pp. 331-340

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.4, April

    pp. 341-349

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.4, April

    pp. 350-364

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, April

    pp. 365-384

    Sheilah D. Gibson

    The Case for the Expanded Role of Trustees in Securitizations

    No.5, May

    pp. 387-409

    Robert Y. Chung, Gregory S. Hansen

    Don't Make Insurance Coverage an Afterthought When Entering New Markets

    No.5, May

    pp. 410-416

    Thomas J. Hall, Benjamin D. Pergament

    In No Uncertain Terms: The Importance of Defining the Duties of Lead Lenders in Multi-Lender Transactions

    No.5, May

    pp. 417-429

    Marcel C. Duhamel

    Predatory Lending and National Banks: The New Visitorial Powers, Preemption and Predatory Lending Regulations

    No.5, May

    pp. 455-472

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.5, May

    pp. 473-480

    Walter Schulte-Herbruggen, Antje Fischer, Gernot M. Becker

    Basel II Ratings - Are They Really Comparable?

    No.5, May

    pp. 430-454

    Benjamin R. Norris

    Bankruptcy Preference Actions

    No.6, June

    pp. 483-515

    William McGrane

    Securitization of First Party Security as a Section 502(b)(6) Avoidance Device

    No.6, June

    pp. 516-522

    Gary A. Goodman, Amy K. Maliza

    The Fading Distinction between Letters of Credit and Guarantees

    No.6, June

    pp. 523-526

    Dale E. Barney

    The Secured Lender's State Law Remedies on Default: A Practical Approach to Foreclosure and Replevin

    No.6, June

    pp. 527-530

    Mark P. Kronfeld

    Lenders Beware - The Enforceability of Early Termination Provisions in Bankruptcy Court

    No.6, June

    pp. 531-540

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.6, June

    pp. 541-549

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.6, June

    pp. 550-568

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.6, June

    pp. 569-576

    Mark Kantor

    Investor State Arbitration over Investments in Financial Services: Disputes under New U.S. Investment Treaties

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 579-605

    Brent Longnecker

    Sarbanes-Oxley: Financial Friend or Foe

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 606-612

    Koji Takahashi

    Original Documents in Letters of Credit in the Era of High-Quality Photocopiers and Printers

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 613-626

    Dean E. Miller

    Is a State or National Charter Better for a Small Trust Company?

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 627-633

    Laurence Hutt, Howard Cayne

    The Lessons of ABA v. Lockyear

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 634-639

    John B. Berringer, Dennis J. Artese

    The ABCs of Substantive Consolidation

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 640-645

    Howard Darmstadter

    Wired: Problems with Electronic Funds Transfer Agreements

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 646-655

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 656-666

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 667-672

    Katherine M. Koops, Robert D. Klingler

    Financing Growth

    No.8, September

    pp. 675-687

    Angelee J. Harris

    Trust Preferred Securities Still Eligible for Tier 1 Capital Treatment; New Rules Are a Compromise

    No.8, September

    pp. 688-696

    Andrew P. Cross

    Interagency Statement on Sound Practices concerning Complex Structured Finance Transactions

    No.8, September

    pp. 697-704

    Julia B. Strickland, Lisa M. Simonetti

    Recent Developments in Litigation under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act

    No.8, September

    pp. 705-717

    James L. Fly, Michael Sjuggerud

    The Basics of Bankruptcy Risk Management When Making Consumer Loans

    No.8, September

    pp. 718-722

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.8, September

    pp. 723-753

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.8, September

    pp. 754-768

    Howard Seife

    Silent Second Liens

    No.9, October

    pp. 771-783

    Satish M. Kini

    New Bank Holding Company Rating System Revises the Focus of the Federal Reserve's Supervisory Practices

    No.9, October

    pp. 784-790

    Peter G. Weinstock, Stephanie E. Dreyer

    Overdraft Protection Programs: The Emerging Battleground for Bankers and Consumer Advocates

    No.9, October

    pp. 791-841

    David G. Smith, Scott R. Jones

    Can Medicaid Receivables Secure a Credit Facility?

    No.9, October

    pp. 842-846

    Saul H. Finkelstein

    Private Bank Lending: Legal Issues in Loan Documents

    No.9, October

    pp. 847-853

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.9, October

    pp. 854-864

    Paul L. Lee

    Compliance: A New Paradigm

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 867-882

    Li Guo

    Financial Holding Company or Universal Bank? A Comparative Note on the Latest Amendment to China's Commercial Bank Law Art. 43

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 883-916

    Mitsuru Misawa

    Bad Loans: A Comparative Study of U.S. and Japanese Regulations Concerning Loan Loss Reserves

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 917-945

    Banking Law Journal, 2005, vol.122

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Joseph T. III Lynyak

    Responding to Proposed Enforcement Actions by the Federal Banking Agencies

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-25

    Stephanie Fisch

    Credit Union Conversions

    No.1, January

    pp. 26-30

    Jay L. Gottlieb, Arianna Frankl

    The Bankvest Case: The Supreme Court Lets Stand First Circuit Decision Favoring Preservation of Estate Assets for All Creditors, including Institutional Lenders

    No.1, January

    pp. 31-43

    James T. Shearin, Peter S. Olson

    National Banks: Where Does Diversity Jurisdiction Lie

    No.1, January

    pp. 44-51

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.1, January

    pp. 52-61

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.1, January

    pp. 62-76

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.1, January

    pp. 77-96

    Ross Q. Panko

    Banking on the USA Patriot Act: An Endorsement of the Act's Use of Banks to Combat Terrorist Financing and a Response to Its Critics

    No.2, February

    pp. 99-151

    Elizabeth C. Yen

    Suspicious Activity Report Filings by Banks When Financial Fraud May Have Been Perpetuated against Elderly or Infirm Bank Customers

    No.2, February

    pp. 152-162

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.2, February

    pp. 163-179

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.2, February

    pp. 180-192

    Timothy D. Naegele

    The Bank Holding Company Act's Anti-Tying Provision: 35 Years Later

    No.3, March

    pp. 195-269

    Karen B. Gelernt, Lech Kalembka

    Pitfalls under Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code

    No.3, March

    pp. 270-279

    William Barnett

    Predispute Jury Trial Waivers in Loan Agreements: The Next Generation

    No.3, March

    pp. 280-288

    Paul L. Lee

    Compliance: Further Thoughts on a New Paradigm

    No.4, April

    pp. 291-327

    Kirk D. Jensen

    Can Financial Institutions Be Required to Arbitrate on a Class-Wide Basis Notwithstanding Provisions That Prohibit Class Arbitration?

    No.4, April

    pp. 328-353

    Peter Humphreys, Howard Mulligan

    Substantive Consolidation in the Owens Corning Bankruptcy Case - Impact on Analysis of Structured Finance Transactions

    No.4, April

    pp. 354-361

    Julia B. Strickland, Andrew W. Moritz

    No More Private Attorney General Cases in California: Voters Pass Initiative Restricting Certain Lawsuits under Consumer Protection Statute

    No.4, April

    pp. 362-369

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.4, April

    pp. 370-380

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, April

    pp. 381-384

    Richard Obank

    Restructuring UK Corporate Debtors - An English Law Perspective for U.S. Practitioners

    No.5, May

    pp. 387-405

    M. Owen Gabrielson

    Sarbanes-Oxley Expands Scope of Debts That are Nondischargeable in Chapter 7, but Not Chapter 13

    No.5, May

    pp. 406-414

    John W. Easterbrook

    Bankruptcy Petitions versus Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors: A Win for Bankruptcy

    No.5, May

    pp. 415-419

    Robert D. Katz

    The Role of Attorneys following a Borrower's Fraud

    No.5, May

    pp. 420-428

    Mitsuru Misawa

    Bank Directors' Decisions on Bad Loans: A Comparative Study of U.S. and Japanese Standards of Required Care

    No.5, May

    pp. 429-466

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.5, May

    pp. 467-480

    Ronald H. Silverman

    Toward Curing Predatory Lending

    No.6, June

    pp. 483-669

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.6, June

    pp. 670-678

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.6, June

    pp. 679-684

    Thomas J. Hall, Janice A. Payne

    The Liability of Limited Partners for the Defaulted Loans of Their Limited Partnerships

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 687-698

    Lyle Washowich

    National Banks Beware: Your Branches May Carry Greater Risk than You Realize

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 699-703

    Dean Edward Miller

    What Is the Duty of a Bank Trustee regarding Investments in Its Proprietary Mutual Fund?

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 704-710

    Kevin B. Fisher, Christopher Murray

    Baptism by Fire: A Trust Administrator's Guide to Reviewing Indentures

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 711-724

    Eric S. Rein, Bethany N. Schols

    Creative New Mechanisms for Banks to Recover Stolen Collateral

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 725-730

    Mark R. Baran

    The New Subchapter S Laws: A Boon for Community Banks?

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 731-741

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 742-750

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 751-761

    Richard P. Eckman

    Regulation U - What Is It All About?

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 762-766

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.7, July/August

    pp. 767-780

    Frank S. H. Bae, Marian E. McGrath

    The Rights of a Surety (Or Secondary Obligor) under the Restatement of the Law, Third, Suretyship and Guaranty

    No.8, September

    pp. 783-820

    Albert A. III Starkus

    Federal Courts and Choice of Law: Should State or Federal Choice of Law Prevail in the Exercise of Jurisdiction under 12 U.S.C. Sec. 632

    No.8, September

    pp. 821-854

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.8, September

    pp. 855-866

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.8, September

    pp. 367-376

    Bradley J. Johnson, George Brandon

    National Banks and Diversity Jurisdiction Revisited: More Authority for Remaining in Federal Court

    No.9, October

    pp. 879-906

    Stephens B. Woodrough

    What Is the Official Published BSA Enforcement Policy of the OCC?

    No.9, October

    pp. 907-939

    Satish M. Kini, Eric R. Fischer, Andrew B. Kales, Richard F. Kerr

    Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies Issue Long-Awaited Anti-Money Laundering Examination Manual

    No.9, October

    pp. 940-952

    Selma Stern

    What Banks Need to Know about Securitizations of Future Cash Flows in Emerging Markets

    No.9, October

    pp. 953-958

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.9, October

    pp. 959-972

    Patrick J. Collins, Dieter Jurkat

    The Decision to Replace Trust Owned Life Insurance Policies

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 975-1005

    Steven J. Henry, David S. Gesner

    Boston v. New York - It's Not Just about Baseball

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 1006-1012

    Jonathan M. Landers, M. Natasha Labovitz

    Third Circuit Clarifies and Tightens the Legal Standard for Substantive Consolidation

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 1013-1018

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 1019-1032

    James F. Bauerle

    Technology, Law, and Banking

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 1033-1038

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.10, November/December

    pp. 1039-1053

    Banking Law Journal, 2006, vol.123

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Steven A. Meyerowitz

    Challenging Claims by Bankrupt Borrowers

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-2

    Thomas J. Hall, Janice A. Payne

    Defenses to Claims by Bankruptcy Trustees against Lenders: The In Pari Delicto Defense and the Wagoner Rule

    No.1, January

    pp. 3-15

    James J. Croke, Peter C. Manbeck

    Proposed Changes in U.S. Bank Capital Regulations

    No.1, January

    pp. 16-29

    Philip L. Schulman, Holly M. Spencer

    User Friendly FHA: HUD Modifies and Streamlines Certain FHA Requirements

    No.1, January

    pp. 30-38

    Mitsuru Misawa

    A Comparative Study of US and Japanese Bank Directors' Duty of Disclosure

    No.1, January

    pp. 39-79

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.1, January

    pp. 80-96

    Steven A. Meyerowitz

    Full Disclosure

     No.2, February

    pp. 97-98

    Stephanie E. Dreyerm, Peter G. Weinstock

    Less is More: Changing the Regulator's Role to Prevent Excess in Consumer Disclosure

     No.2, February

    pp. 99-160

    Randall D. Quarles

    New York Case Undercuts Agreed Deadlines for Complaints about Funds Transfers

     No.2, February

    pp. 161-176

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Audit Committees

     No.2, February

    pp. 177-192

    Steven A. Meyerowitz

    Regulatory Impact

    No.3, March

    pp. 193-194

    Richard R. Cheatham, James W. Stevens

    Absent Regulatory Changes, Hispanic Immigrants Pose an Unbankable Risk

    No.3, March

    pp. 195-234

    Chad A. Cicconi

    A Role for Payday Lenders

    No.3, March

    pp. 235-248

    Charlotte M. Bahin

    Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Issues Anti-Money Laundering Program: What Do Insurance Companies Have to Do?

    No.3, March

    pp. 249-255

    David T. Case, Matthew L. Jacobs

    Insurance Coverage for Governmental Investigations of Financial Institutions

    No.3, March

    pp. 256-263

    Paul M. Cushing, D'Asia M. Morris

    ERISA is Not a Four-Letter Word: An Overview of ERISA and the More Common ERISA Provisions Found in Commercial Credit Agreements

    No.3, March

    pp. 264-278

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.3, March

    pp. 279-288

    Steven A. Meyerowitz

    The Urge to Merge

    No.4, April

    pp. 289-290

    David S. Neill

    Geographic Market Definition in the Antitrust Analysis of Bank Mergers

    No.4, April

    pp. 291-308

    Robert M. III Taylor

    Bank Ownership and Investment in Real Estate

    No.4, April

    pp. 309-315

    Victor M. DiBattista

    Identity Theft: Is Your Security Blanket Tucked In?

    No.4, April

    pp. 316-322

    David M. Gregory

    The Elusive Covenant Not to Compete

    No.4, April

    pp. 323-329

    Steve Shappell

    Securities Liability for Aiding and Abetting: Central Bank Revisited

    No.4, April

    pp. 330-334

    Michael D. Weis

    Lending through the SBA

    No.4, April

    pp. 335-345

    Dean E. Miller

    A Review of the Current Metamorphosis of Bank Marketing of Collective Investment Vehicles

    No.4, April

    pp. 346-353

    Howard Seife

    Bankruptcy for Bankers

    No.4, April

    pp. 354-367

    Christopher J. Zinski

    Directors' Perspective

    No.4, April

    pp. 368-377

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.4, April

    pp. 378-384

    Steven A. Meyerowitz

    National Issues

    No.5, May

    pp. 385-386

    Mary Ann Jenkins, George Brandon

    Appeal Bonds Exemption for National Banks

    No.5, May

    pp. 387-400

    Mark A. Olthoff

    National Bank Act Preemption in the Secondary Market

    No.5, May

    pp. 401-425

    Rodney H. Dow

    Bank Regulatory Enforcement Actions against Institution-Affiliated Parties: Defensive Strategies

    No.5, May

    pp. 426-439

    James H. Breay

    A Glitch in Revised UCC Article 9

    No.5, May

    pp. 440-446

    John L. Douglas, Romulus A. Johnson, Dwight C. Smith, Joseph Yesutis

    Deposit Insurance Reform Enacted

    No.5, May

    pp. 447-453

    James H. Pannabecker, David McF. Stemler

    Lawyers Beware! RESPA Is Not Just a Consumer Disclosure Statute

    No.5, May

    pp. 454-465

     

    Miscellaneous Documents

    No.5, May

    pp. 466-480

    Steven A. Meyerowitz

    In Memory of Professor Bailey

    No.6, June