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  Banking Law Journal
  Volume 127, Number 8, September 2010
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  • HEADNOTE: REFORM!
        Steven A. Meyerowitz
        p.675                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE DODD-FRANK ACT'S BANKING AND FINANCIAL COMPANY ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS
        Richard M. Alexander, Robert M. Clark, and Jeremy W. Hochberg
        p.677                                                                                      +cite        
  • NEW "VOLCKER RULE" TO IMPOSE SIGNIFICANT RESTRICTIONS ON BANKING ENTITIES, OTHER SIGNIFICANT FINANCIAL SERVICE COMPANIES
        A. Patrick Doyle, David F. Freeman, Jr., Alan W. Avery, and Andrew J. Shipe
        p.686                                                                                      +cite        
  • TIGHTENING THE REGULATION OF AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS AND EXTENSIONS OF CREDIT TO INSIDERS
        Robert E. Mannion, Beth S. DeSimone, and Tengfei (Harry) Wu
        p.695                                                                                      +cite        
  • NEW LAW'S MORTGAGE PROVISIONS AFFECT LENDERS, MORTGAGE BROKERS, APPRAISERS, SETTLEMENT SERVICE PROVIDERS, AND OTHERS
        Michael B. Mierzewski, Beth S. DeSimone, and Tengfei (Harry) Wu
        p.702                                                                                      +cite        
  • DERIVATIVES TRADING OF BANKS: SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACTED BY NEW REFORM LAW
        Daniel Waldman and Ahmed Hajj
        p.717                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE DODD-FRANK ACT ESTABLISHES THE BUREAU OF CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION AS THE PRIMARY REGULATOR OF CONSUMER FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
        Michael B. Mierzewski, Beth S. DeSimone, Jeremy W. Hochberg, and Brian P. Larkin
        p.722                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE DODD-FRANK ACT GRANTS EXPAN SIVE FAIR LENDING ENFORCEMENT AND RULEMAKING AUTHORITY TO THE BUREAU OF CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION
        Michael B. Mierzewski, Beth S. DeSimone, Jeremy W. Hochberg, and Wasim W. Quadir
        p.737                                                                                      +cite        
  • STRICTER CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS MANDATED FOR FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
        Michael B. Mierzewski, Howard L. Hyde, Beth S. DeSimone, and Wasim W. Quadir
        p.742                                                                                      +cite        
  • SAVINGS AND LOAN HOLDING COMPANIES AND THEIR SUBSIDIARIES TO BE SUBJECT TO NEW REGULATORY REGIMES
        A. Patrick Doyle, Beth S. DeSimone, and Kathleen A. Scott
        p.750                                                                                      +cite        
  • HAS FINANCIAL REGULATORY REFORM MATERIALLY ALTERED THE PREEMPTION LANDSCAPE FOR FEDERALLY CHARTERED INSTITUTIONS?
        Nancy L. Perkins and Beth S. DeSimone
        p.759                                                                                      +cite        
  • DODD-FRANK ACT ATTEMPTS TO CURTAIL SYSTEMIC RISK
        Alan W. Avery, Kathleen A. Scott, and Lindsey Carson
        p.766                                                                                      +cite        
  • WHISTLEBLOWER INCENTIVES AND PROTECTIONS IN THE FINANCIAL REFORM ACT
        Drew A. Harker, Matthew D. Keiser, and Sionne C. Rosenfeld
        p.779                                                                                      +cite        
  • NEW RESOLUTION PROCESS CREATED FOR SYSTEMICALLY SIGNIFICANT INSTITUTIONS
        Alan Avery, Christopher L. Allen, and Rosa J. Evergreen
        p.784                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION PROVISIONS—WHAT TO DO NOW
        Richard E. Baltz and Laura Badian
        p.795                                                                                      +cite