122 Banking L.J. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/blj122 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAW
JOURNAL
VOLUME 122            NUMBER 1            JANUARY 2005
HEADNOTE: RESPONDING TO PROPOSED ENFORCEMENT
ACTIONS
Steven A. Meyerowitz                              I
RESPONDING TO PROPOSED ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS BY
THE FEDERAL BANKING AGENCIES
Joseph T. Lynyak III                              3
CREDIT UNION CONVERSIONS
Stephanie Fisch                                  26
THE BANKVEST CASE: THE SUPREME COURT LETS STAND
FIRST CIRCUIT DECISION FAVORING PRESERVATION OF
ESTATE ASSETS FOR ALL CREDITORS, INCLUDING
INSTITUTIONAL LENDERS
Jay L. Gottlieb and Arianna Frankl               31
NATIONAL BANKS: WHERE DOES DIVERSITY JURISDICTION
LIE?
James T. Shearin and Peter S. Olson              44
BANKRUPTCY FOR BANKERS
Howard Seife                                     52
AUDIT COMMITTEES
Christopher J. Zinski                            62
BANKING BRIEFS
Donald R. Cassling                               77

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