117 Banking L.J. [i] (2000)

handle is hein.journals/blj117 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAW
JOURNAL
VOLUME 117       NUMBER 1       JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2000
A NOTE FROM THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE EDITOR
Steven A. Meyerowitz                         I
BANKS MUST BEGIN TO DEVELOP FORMS, POLICIES
AND PRACTICES TO COMPLY WITH NEW FEDERAL
PRIVACY REGULATIONS                          7
William M. Savino and Stephen J. Smirti, Jr.
NEW YORK HIGH COURT LIMITS - BUT DOES NOT
ELIMINATE - CREDITORS' RIGHTS TO PREJUDGMENT
FREEZE OF DEBTORS' ASSETS                   25
Thomas J. Hall and Thomas E. Butler
WHAT CREDITORS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT RETENTION
OF COUNSEL BY DEBTORS IN POSSESSION, AND
ABOUT PAYMENT OF THEIR FEES                 33
David S. Kupetz
UCC COMMENTARY                              49
Evan H. Krinick
THE STRATEGIC VIEW                          58
David F. Scranton
 Trust Decisions                           66
 Banking Briefs                            73

m Estate & Gift Tax Decisions

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