118 Banking L.J. [i] (2001)

handle is hein.journals/blj118 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAW
JOURNAL
VOLUME 118        NUMBER1              JANUARY 2001
NOTE FROM THE SENIOR EXECUTIVE EDITOR
Steven A. Meyerowitz                          I
ARBITRATION OF TRUTH-IN-LENDING ACT CLAIMS    3
Marshall E. Tracht
HOSTILE TAKEOVERS                            18
Meredith M. Brown and Paul S. Bird
REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS IN STRUCTURED
FINANCE: WILL SOPHISTICATED RISK MANAGEMENT
PREVAIL?                                     35
Connie M. Friesen
E-FINANCE AND CROSS-BORDER TRANSACTIONS      41
Michael J. Macaluso and Timothy G. Pillar
INTERCREDITOR AND SUBORDINATION
AGREEMENTS - A PRACTICAL GUIDE               48
Debra J. Schnebel
BANKS AND THRIFTS - WHY ARE YOU (STILL)
PUBLICLY OWNED?                              63
Daniel O'Rourke
THE STRATEGIC VIEW                           73
David F. Scranton
BANKING BRIEFS                               87
Louis A. Scarcella

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