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  Banking Law Journal
  Volume 127, Number 2, February 2010
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  • GUEST HEADNOTE: FDIC POISED TO SUE FORMER DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS OF FAILED BANKS
        Paul R. Bessette and Carl Fornaris
        p.97                                                                                        +cite        
  • FROM ONE BIG HOUSE TO ANOTHER: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE COMMUNITY BANK PROSECUTIONS
        William C. Athanas
        p.100                                                                                      +cite        
  • SPECIAL LIABILITY RISKS FOR DIRECTOR APPOINTEES TO BANKING ORGANIZATIONS
        Mark V. Nuccio, Paulo J. Marnoto, and Eugene P. Hwang
        p.120                                                                                      +cite        
  • BORROWER SUITABILITY STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE LOANS
        Elizabeth C. Yen
        p.138                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE BRAVE NEW WORLD OF REGULATED OVERDRAFT FEES: HOW CAN BANKS PREPARE?
        Peter J. Wilder
        p.158                                                                                      +cite        
  • WILL TOUSA CHANGE LENDING PRACTICES?
        Kerrick E. Seay and Douglas R. Urquhart
        p.167                                                                                      +cite        
  • NEW YORK HIGH COURT DECISION, ALLOWING JUDGMENT CREDITORS TO GARNISH OVERSEAS OR OUT-OF-STATE PROPERTY, SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACTS INTERNATIONAL BANKS AND THEIR CLIENTS
        Sander Bak, Felix Weinacht, and Matthew Latterner
        p.173                                                                                      +cite        
  • BANK FAILURES RISE AND D'OENCH DUHME RETURNS
        Allan C. Wisk
        p.179                                                                                      +cite        
  • CASH DEPOSIT DEEMED A "SECURITY INTEREST" BY THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA
        Deborah Holbrook
        p.185                                                                                      +cite