104 Banking L.J. 1 (1987)

handle is hein.journals/blj104 and id is 1 raw text is: The BANKING LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 104 NUMBER 1                JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1987
Established 1889
Editor's Headnotes: Commingled Proceeds-
Clarification, Please!
Gerald  T.  Dunne  ..............................  3
Commercial Banks and the Glass-Steagall Act:
A Survey of New Products and Activities
Joan K. Willin ................................. 5
Letter of Credit Practice: Torts, Crimes, and
Some Other Don'ts
John F. Dolan ................................ 36
Bank Deregulation and Deposit Reform:
Some Hard Questions for Congress
Robert 0. Edmister ...........................  42
Corporate Law for Financial Institutions:
Bank Holding Company Acquisitions of Thrift
Institutions
Bruce  P.  Golden ...............................  56
Counsel's Corner: The Covenant of Good Faith
and Fair Dealing-Engagement by Epithet? ..........  59
BANKING DECISIONS:
Rightful Setoff, Subjective and Objective
Tests of Acceleration ........................... 60
Banking Briefs. ..  61 Estate and Gift Tax Decisions  82

75 Books for Bankers ........

88

Trust Decisions . .

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