127 Banking L.J. [xvii] (2010)
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handle is hein.journals/blj127 and id is 827 raw text is: THE BANKING LAw
JOURNAL
VOLUME 127             NUMBER9              OCTOBER2010
HEADNOTE: BANKS AND BRIBERY
Steven A. Meyerowitz                               811
A RENEWED FOCUS ON FOREIGN CORRUPTION AND POLITICALLY
EXPOSED PERSONS
Paul L. Lee                                        813
STRATEGIC PURCHASING: ASSESSING OPEN BANK VERSUS FAILED
BANK BUYING OPPORTUNITIES
Lorraine M. Buerger                                849
DOCUMENTARY LETTERS OF CREDIT: BANKS' OBLIGATION TO PAYEE
MAY INVOLVE DUTY OF GOOD FAITH
Deborah Holbrook                                   857
THE TOUSA DECISION: A LENDER'S NIGHTMARE?
Marc Anthony Angelone                              863
FTC AND DOJ RELEASE PROPOSED REVISIONS TO HORIZONTAL
MERGER GUIDELINES: IMPLICATIONS FOR BANK MERGERS
Michael Mierzewski, Beth DeSimone, Howard Hyde, Wasim Quadir  869
IS A WAL-MART BANK SUCH A BAD IDEA?
Morgan Clemons                                     873
BANKING BRIEFS
Donald R. Cassling                                 898

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