115 Banking L.J. [i] (1998)

handle is hein.journals/blj115 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 115              NUMBER 1             JANUARY 1998
EDITOR'S HEADNOTES: FEDERAL RESERVE-
CENTRALIZATION NEEDED                                3
Gerald T. Dunne
PURCHASING CLAIMS TO BLOCK BANKRUPTCY
CRAMDOWN PLANS: A NEW WEAPON FOR CREDITORS         4
Lawrence B. Gutcho and David A. Fidler
LIMITING LENDERS' LEAD PAINT LIABILITY              18
Joseph J. Ortego, Howard J. Newman, and James W. Weller
THE HOLDER-IN-DUE-COURSE EXEMPTION TO THE FRAUD
EXCEPTION TO COMPELLED HONOR UNDER REVISED ARTICLE 5  29
Christopher J. Greenleaf
COUNSEL'S CORNER: Characteristics of an
Effective Audit Committee                           37
Eugene M. Katz
LINE ITEMS: The Springing Lien-
An Effective Tool or a Trap for the Unwary?         42
William Barnett
BANKING DECISIONS: Enforceability of Jury Trial Waiver
Provision in a Signed Contract; Lender's Burden of Proof  48
Elizabeth C. Yen
* Banking Briefs                                    52
W Trust Decisions                                   71
* Estate and Gift Tax Decisions                     79
* Books for Bankers                                 87

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