127 Banking L.J. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/blj127 and id is 1 raw text is: THE BANKING LAw
JOURNAL
VOLUME 127             NUMBER 1            JANUARY 2010
HEADNOTE: THE WINDS OF CHANGE
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                 I
FRAUDULENT TRANSFER REMEDIES AVAILABLE TO BANK HOLDING
COMPANY BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES AFTER GRAMM-LEACH-BLILEY
James D. Higgason, Jr.                               3
ARE WE HALFWAY THERE YET? HOUSE PASSES MAJOR FINANCIAL
SERVICES BILL WITH SENATE EXPECTED TO ACT EARLY THIS YEAR
Gail C. Bernstein, Matthew A. Chambers, Sara A. Kelsey, and
Martin E. Lybecker                                 12
FDIC ISSUES ADVANCE NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING FOR
SAFE HARBOR PROTECTION FOR SECURITIZATIONS
Howard S. Altarescu and Scott A. Stengel           21
FEDERAL RESERVE PROPOSES INCENTIVE PAY RESTRICTIONS
FOR BANKS
Barbara-Ann Gustaferro and David B. Miller         28
TRANSBOUNDARY ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS IN WORLD BANK
PROJECT PLANNING: RECOMMENDATIONS, STRUCTURE, AND
POLICY
Jedidiah D. Vander Klok                             33
2009 INDEX OF CASES                                 81
2009 INDEX OF AUTHORS                               85

2009 INDEX OF ARTICLES

93

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