Volume 23: 2004
Developments in Banking Law: 2001, 21 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 1 (2004).
Point-Counterpoint: Federal Preemption
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr., The OCC’s Preemption Rules Exceed the Agency’s Authority and Present a Serious Threat to the Dual Banking System and Consumer Protection, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 225 (2004).
Howard N. Cayne & Nancy L. Perkins, National Bank Act Preemption: The OCC’s New Rules Do Not Pose a Threat to Consumer Protection or the Dual Banking System, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 365 (2004).
Barry A. Abbott & Clayton T. Coon, Financial Privacy and the California Experience, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 411 (2004).
T. Leigh Anenson, Attorney Liability Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act: The Limits of Zealous Representation, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 431 (2004).
James W. Giddens, Compensation of Investment Bankers in Bankruptcy Proceedings: Just or Unjust Enrichment, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 485 (2004).
Bryan D. Stirewalt & Gary A. Gegenheimer, Consolidated Supervision of Banking Groups in the Former Soviet Republics: A Comparative Examination of the Emerging Trend in Emerging Markets, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 533 (2004).
V. Gerard Comizio, Emerging Federal Regulation of Thrift Cross-Border Activities, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 637 (2004).
Adriaen M. Morse, Jr., Breaking the Circle: The Problem of Independent Directors Policing Public Company Financial Disclosure under the SEC’s New Rules Governing Public Company Audit Committees, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 673 (2004).
William I. Friedman, The Fourteenth Amendment’s Public/Private Distinction Among Securities Regulators in the U.S. Marketplace—Revisited, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 727 (2004).
H. Norman Knickle, The Investment Company Act of 1940, SEC Enforcement and Private Actions, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 777 (2004).
Eric D. Roiter, An Apology for Mutual Funds: Fiduciary Services for the Middle & Working Classes—Remarks Before the Annual Review of Banking and Financial Law Annual Dinner, Monday, March 29, 2004, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 851 (2004).
Eric. W. Pinciss, Sunlight is Still the Best Disinfectant: Why the Federal Securities Laws Should prohibit Soft Dollar Arrangements in the Mutual Fund Industry, 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 863 (2004).
Jacob D. Krawitz, Till v. SCS Credit Corp. (In Re Till): A Rash Conclusion? 23 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 889 (2004).