VOLUME 18 (1999)

Developments in Banking Law: 1998, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 1 (1999).

Articles

Keith N. Hylton & Vincent D. Rougeau, The Community Reinvestment Act: Questionable Premises and Perverse Incentives, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 163 (1999).

Tamar Frankel, Securitization: The Conflict Between Personal and Market Law (Contract and Property), 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 197 (1999).

John P.C. Duncan, The Course of Federal Pre-emption of State Banking Law, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 221 (1999).

Ernest T. Patrikis & Stephanie Heller, The Government's Role in Electronic Commerce: A Review of the Clinton Administration's Framework on Global Electronic Commerce, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 325 (1999).

Deval L. Patrick, Robert M. Taylor, III & Sam S.F. Caligiuri, The Role of Credit Scoring in Fair Lending Law - Panacea or Placebo?, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 369 (1999).

Duke K. Bristow & Lee R. Petillon, Public Venture Capital Funds: New Relief from the Investment Company Act of 1940, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 393 (1999).

Notes

Tracy K. Evans, ADT Operations, Inc. v. Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A.: Is There a Remedy for Disclosure of Confidential Information by a Bank Regarding a Customer Targeted for Takeover by Another Customer Financed by the Bank?, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 479 (1999).

Thomas H. Henke, Brandt v. First Union Corporation: A Reconsideration of the Issues Surrounding the Closing of Southeast Banking Corporation, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 499 (1999).

Jeffrey J. Wick, Yield Burning and Municipal Finance: A Primer, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 533 (1999).

John B. McGinty, The Continuing Development of Corporate Dissolution Law in Massachusetts, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 575 (1999).

Nathan Bouley, Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No. 133: Economics, Politics and the Woes of Accounting for Derivative Instruments, 18 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 597 (1999).