126 Banking L.J. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/blj126 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAW
JOURNAL
VOLUME 126             NUMBER 1             JANUARY 2009
HEADNOTE: THE CREDIT CRISIS
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                I
THE EMERGENCY ECONOMIC STABILIZATION ACT AND
RESPONSES TO THE CREDIT CRISIS: AN INTERIM REPORT
Annmarie H. Boyd, Richard Coll, Frank M. Rusty Conner,
David Krohn, and Michael P. Reed                    3
A RETURN TO THE 1980S? LENDERS BEWARE
Julia B. Strickland, William Campbell and Scott M. Pearson  36
THE BANK LIQUIDITY CRISIS AND ASSET-BASED LENDING
Ronald Scheinberg                                  44
PROTECTING DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS
Susan B. Zaunbrecher and Brian C. Griffith         53
SHAR/'AH-COMPLIANT FINANCINGS: NEW OPPORTUNITIES
FOR THE U.S. MARKET
Michele 0. Penzer, Melissa S. Alwang, and Salman Al-Sudairi  59
BANKING BRIEFS
Donald R. Cassling                                 70
2008 TABLE OF CASES                                79
2008 TABLE OF AUTHORS                              87
2008 TABLE OF ARTICLES                             93

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