113 Banking L.J. [i] (1996)

handle is hein.journals/blj113 and id is 1 raw text is: The BANKING LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 113 NUMBER 1                       JANUARY 1996
Established 1869
Editor's Headnotes: Third World
Transformation-Exporting Capitalism
Gerald T. Dunne .................... ......... 3
Bank Fiduciaries With Material Inside Information:
Responsibilities and Risks
Allan Horwich ...............................4
Lending to Limited Liability Companies:
Structuring and Documenting Loans to LLCs
George A. Nation III .........................25
Forestalling Apocalypse: Counteracting
Defenses to Foreclosure
Steven A. Beckelman and David J. Adler ...........53
Tax Topics: The Active Banking Exception to Passive Foreign
Investment Income Under New Proposed Tax Regulations
Richard Andersen and Laura Hegedus .............61
Counsel's Corner: OCC Update and Simplification
of National Bank Lending Limits
Patrick D. Walsh ............................72
Line Items: To Release or Not to Release,
That Is the Question
William Barnett .............................79
Banking Briefs ................................ 83
Trust Decisions ................................ 95
Estate and Gift Tax Decisions .................... 102

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