2 J. Payment Sys. L. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/jpaysy2 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF PAYMENT
SYSTEMS LAW
VOLUME 2                  NUMBER 1               FEBRUARY 2006
HEADNOTE: THE BROAD REACH OF PAYMENTS
Steven A. Meyerowitz                                       1
UNCERTAINTY ABOUT FREE ASSIGNMENT: PAYMENT AND GENERAL INTANGIBLES
UNDER ARTICLE 9
Steven D. Wait                                             4
CROSS-BORDER PAYMENTS TRANSMITTED VIA THE ACH NETWORK: NACHA'S
PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE OPERATING RULES
Chris Daniel and Christy Young                            20
FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD ISSUES INTERIM FINAL RULE APPLYING
REGULATION E TO PAYROLL CARDS
David Teitelbaum and Gretchen Lamberg                     30
FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD ISSUES FINAL AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION E
WITH RESPECT TO ELECTRONIC CHECK CONVERSION TRANSACTIONS AND
OTHER MATTERS
David Teitelbaum and John Van De Weert                    37
MAKING A COMMITMENT TO A VIABLE PAYMENTS FUTURE
Patrick K. Barron                                         45
NEW SECURITY STANDARDS AVAILABLE TO MERCHANTS TO PREVENT I.D. THEFT
Anthony V. Lupo and Sarah Bruno                           54
PREPARING FOR YEAR-END AUDITS: RECENT ENFORCEMENT ACTION HIGHLIGHTS
POTENTIAL THIRD-PARTY LIABILITIES FOR FALSE CONFIRMATIONS TO AUDITORS
David B. Hardison and Zachary T. Knepper                  59
THE SECOND CIRCUIT SPEAKS OUT ON REVERSE PAYMENT PATENT SETTLEMENTS
Carlton A. Varner                                         64
ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS: ATM SKIMMING: RISKS, LIABILITYAND
LEGISLATIVE RESPONSES
Judith E. Rinearson                                       71

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