The Banking Law Journal
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Leading practitioners and banking professionals share their cutting-edge analysis and provide practical guidance in all areas of banking law in the award-winning The Banking Law Journal. The Banking Law Journal covers topics of interest to in-house bank counsel and bank compliance officers as well as other senior executives involved with the banking industry and attorneys in private practice.
Published 10 times a year, The Banking Law Journal delivers first rate analysis and commentary from the nation's top banking law practitioners on:
• Payment systems
• Financial institution reform
• Uniform Commercial Code issues
• Financial institution regulation
• Consumer protection and privacy
• Trusts and estates
Recent articles have analyzed legal issues related to secured transactions, consumer lending, state regulation, international transactions, letters of credit, financial privacy and security, safety and soundness, money laundering, negotiable instruments, payment systems, trust services, e-payments, bank mergers, and the practice of banking law.
The Law Journal that's Not Just for Lawyers
Events across the legal landscape of the banking industry are no longer of interest only to attorneys. The need for high-level executives and banking professionals to understand legal developments has never been greater, because the stakes have never been higher. The Banking Law Journal delivers readable and understandable analysis of key events from the nation's top banking law practitioners.
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