and then he wrote…

MICHAEL P. MALLOY, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor and Scholar

University of the Pacific

McGeorge School of Law

ANNOTATED
BIBLIOGRAPHY a

Books

Civil Authority in Medieval Philosophy: Lombard, Aquinas and
Bonaventure
(University Press of America: 1985).[1]

The Corporate Law of Banks: Regulation of Corporate and Securities
Activities of Depository Institutions
,
2 vols. (Little, Brown and Company: 1988).[2]

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1988 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1988 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1989 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1989 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1990 Cum. Supp.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1991 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1991 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1992 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1992 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

The Corporate Law of Banks,
1993 Cum. Supp.

Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade (Little, Brown and Company: 1990).[3]

Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade, 1991 Cum. Supp.

Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade, 1992 Cum. Supp.

Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade, 1993 Cum. Supp.

Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade, 1994 Cum. Supp.

Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade, 1996 Cum. Supp.

[Editor] 1987 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law (1990).[4]

[Editor] 1988 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law (1990).

The Regulation of Banking: Cases and Materials on Depository
Institutions and their Regulators

(Anderson Publishing Co.: 1992), with Statutory Appendix.[5]

The Regulation of Banking,
1994 Statutory Appendix (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1994-1995 Case Supplement.

The Regulation of Banking,
1994 Teacher’s Manual.

The Regulation of Banking,
1995 Statutory Appendix (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1995-1996 Case Supplement.

The Regulation of Banking,
1995 Teacher’s Manual.

The Regulation of Banking,
1996 Statutory Appendix (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1996-1997 Case and Materials Supplement (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1996 Teacher’s Manual (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1997 Statutory Appendix (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1997/98 Case and Materials Supplement (on disk).

The Regulation of Banking,
1997 Teacher’s Manual (on disk).

Banking Law and Regulation, 3 vols.
(Little, Brown and Company: 1994).[6]

Banking Law and Regulation,
1994 Cum. Supp.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1995 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1995 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1996 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1996 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1997 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1997 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1998 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1998 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1999 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
1999 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2000 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2000 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2001 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2001 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2002 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2002 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2003 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2003 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2004 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2004 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2005 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2005 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2006 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2006 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2007 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2007 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2008 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2008 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2009 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2009 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2010 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2010 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2010 Cum. Supp. No. 3.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2011 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2011 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2011 Cum. Supp. No. 3.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 3 vols. (Aspen Publishers, 2011).[7]

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2012 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2012 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2d ed., 2013 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2d ed., 2013 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2d ed., 2013 Cum. Supp. No. 3.

Banking Law and Regulation,
2d ed., 2014 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2014 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2014 Cum. Supp. No. 3.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2015 Cum. Supp. No. 1.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2015 Cum. Supp. No. 2.

Banking Law and Regulation, 2d ed., 2015 Cum. Supp. No. 3 (forthcoming).

Fundamentals of Banking Regulation (Aspen Law & Business: 1998).[8]

International Banking: Cases, Materials, and Problems (Carolina Academic Press: 1998).[9]

International Banking,
1999 Supplement.

International Banking,
1999 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking,
2000-2001 Supplement.

International Banking,
2000-2001 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking,
2001-2002 Supplement.

International Banking,
2001-2002 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking,
2002-2003 Supplement.

International Banking,
2002-2003 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking,
2003-2004 Supplement.

International Banking,
2003-2004 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 2d
ed
. (Carolina
Academic Press: 2005).<>[10]<>

International Banking, 2d ed., 2005 Documentary Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2005 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2006-2007 Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2006-2007 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2007-2008 Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2007-2008 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2008-2009 Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2008-2009 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2009-2010 Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2009-2010 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2010-2011 Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2010-2011 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2011-2012 Supplement.

International Banking, 2d ed., 2011-2012 Teacher’s Manual.

International Banking: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 3d
ed
. (Carolina
Academic Press: 2013).

International Banking, 3d ed., Documentary Supplement (2013).

International Banking, 3d ed., Teacher’s Manual (2013).

International Banking, 3d ed., 2014-2015 Documentary Supplement.

International Banking, 3d ed., 2014-2015 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems (Carolina Academic Press: 1999).

Banking and Financial Services Law, 1999 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 1999 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2000-2001 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2000-2001 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2001-2002 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2001-2002 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2002-2003 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2002-2003 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2003-2004 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2003-2004 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 2d ed.
(Carolina Academic Press: 2005).[11]

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2005 Statutory
Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2005 Teacher’s
Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2006-2007
Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2006-2007
Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2007-2008
Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2007-2008
Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2008-2009
Supplement.<>[12]<>

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2008-2009
Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2009-2010
Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2009-2010
Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2010-2011
Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 2d ed., 2010-2011
Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems, 3d ed.
(Carolina Academic Press: 2011).

Banking and Financial Services Law, 3d ed., Statutory
Supplement (2011).

Banking and Financial Services Law, 3d ed., Teacher’s Manual
(2011).

Banking and Financial Services Law, 3d ed., 2012-2013
Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services Law, 3d ed., 2012-2013
Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services
Law
, 3d ed., 2013-2014 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services
Law
, 3d ed., 2013-2014 Teacher’s Manual.

Banking and Financial Services
Law
, 3d ed., 2014-2015 Supplement.

Banking and Financial Services
Law
, 3d ed., 2014-2015 Teacher’s Manual.

Bank Regulation Hornbook (West Group:
1999).[13]

Bank Regulation Hornbook Update: Enactment of Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (West Group: 2000).

United States Economic Sanctions: Theory and Practice (Kluwer Law International: 2001).[14]

Principles of Bank Regulation (Concise
Hornbook Series, Thomson-West: 2d ed., 2003).[15]

Principles of Bank Regulation (Concise
Hornbook Series, West: 3d ed., 2011).[16]

[with John A. Spanogle, Jr., Louis DelDuca, Keith Rowley & Andrea Bjorkland], Global Issues in Contract Law
(Thomson-West, 2007).[17]

[with John A. Spanogle, Jr., Louis DelDuca, Keith Rowley & Andrea Bjorkland], Global Issues in Contract Law (2d ed., West: forthcoming).

Anatomy of a Meltdown (Aspen Publishers,
2010).[18]

[with William A. Lovett], Banking and Financial Institutions Law in a Nutshell (8th ed.: West Academic, 2014).

Economic Sanctions Anthology (2 vols.,
Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd., 2015).

[with Rosa M. Lastra & Andy C.M. Chen], Global
Issues in Financial Institutions Law
(West: forthcoming).

[with Deborah R. Gerhardt], Contracts Simulations: Bridge to Practice Series (West Academic: 2015).

[with Deborah R. Gerhardt], Contracts Simulations: Teacher’s Manual (West Academic: 2015).

Contemporary Payment Systems
(West Academic: forthcoming).

Banking in the Twenty-First Century (Carolina Academic Press: forthcoming).

The Structure of Economic Sanctions (Cambridge University Press: forthcoming).

[with John H. Barton & Bart S. Fisher] International
Trade and Investment
(2d ed.,
Kluwer Law International: forthcoming).[19]

[with Claude D. Rohwer & Anthony M. Skrocki], Contracts
in a Nutshell
(8th ed.: West
Academic, forthcoming).

Articles & Report

Tobacco Amblyopia and Holmes, 26 Baker
Street Journal
94 (1976).

Analysis of Potential Federal Economic Assistance under the Covenant
to Establish a Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands in Political
Association with

the United States of America
(Institute of International Law & Economic
Development: 1977).

On the Track of Moriarty: The Valley of Fear, 27 Baker St.
J.
24 (1977).

Notes on the Identity of Milverton’s Murderer, 27 Baker St.
J.
198 (1977).

[Reporter] Legal Implications of Recognition of the
People’s Republic of China
, 1978
Proceedings of the American Society of
International Law
240
(1978).

[Editor] Legal-Constitutional Issues of Associated
States
(Inst. of Int’l L. & Econ. Developm’t: 1978).

Objections to Adjudication in Contentious Cases before
the International Court of Justice
,
5 Brooklyn Journal of International Law
262 (1979).[20]

[Reporter] Multilateral Trade Negotiations, 1979 Proc.
Am. Soc. Int’l L.
56 (1979).

[Reporter] Extraterritoriality: Conflict and Overlap in National and International Regulation, 1980 Proc. Am. Soc. Int’l L. 30 (1980).

Embargo Programs of the United States Treasury
Department
, 20 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
485 (1981).[21]

The Impact of U.S. Control of Foreign Assets on
Refugees and Expatriates
, 1982 Michigan Yearbook of International Legal
Studies
399.

[with J.T. Pitts] Post-Mortem on Retail Repurchase Agreements: Where were the Regulators? 3 Annual Review of Banking Law 89 (1984).

The Iran Crisis: Law Under Pressure, 1984 Wisconsin
International Law Journal
15 (1984).[22]

Developments at the International Court of Justice:
Provisional Measures and Jurisdiction in the Nicaragua Case
, 6 Journal of
International & Comparative Law
55 (1984).[23]

An Analysis of the Jurisprudence of the International
Court of Justice in Cases concerning Boundaries
, 14 Thesaurus Acroasium
271 (Thessaloniki, Greece: Institute of International Public Law and
International Relations, 1985).

[Chair & Panelist] Remarks in Are
the U.S. Treasury’s Asset Control Regulations a Fair and Effective Tool of U.S.
Foreign Policy? The Case of Cuba
, 1985 Proc. Am. Soc. Int’l L. 169.[24]

State Change-in-Bank-Control Statutes: Does MITE Make
Light of Recent Trends?
, 5 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 29 (1986).

Nonbanks and Nondefinitions: New Challenges in Bank
Regulatory Policy
, 10 Seton Hall Legislative Journal 1
(1986), reprinted in 3 Banking Law Anthology 531 (1986-87).[25]

[Chair & Panelist] Remarks in Expanding Uses of Presidential Economic Emergency Power, 1986 Proc. Am. Soc. Int’l L. 190.[26]

The Regulation of Bank Brokerage Activities: Was Rule 3b-9 Benign? 6 Ann. Rev.
Banking
L. 181 (1987).[27]

Final Report: Adjudication Practices and Procedures of the Federal
Bank Regulatory Agencies

(Administrative Conference of the United States, 1987).[28]

U.S. International Banking and the New Capital Adequacy Requirements: New, Old and
Unexpected
, 7 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 75 (1988).[29]

Balancing Public Confidence and Confidentiality: Adjudication Practices and Procedures of
the Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies
, 61 Temple Law Review
723 (1988), reprinted in 4 Banking L. Anth. 631 (1988).[30]

[Chair & Panelist] Remarks in Internationalization of the Securities Markets, 1988 Proc.
Am. Soc. Int’l
L. 292 (1990).

U.S. International Banking and Treasury’s Foreign Assets Controls: Springing Traps
for the Unwary
, 8 Ann. Rev. Banking L. 181 (1989).[31]

Depository Institutions Regulators in G. J. Edles & J. Nelson, Federal
Regulatory Process: Agency Practices and Procedures
(Prentice Hall Law
& Business, 2d ed., 1989).

[Cochair & Panelist] Remarks in Global Trading in Financial Instruments, 1989 Proc. Am. Soc. Int’l L. 37 (1990).

Nothing to Fear but FIRREA Itself: Revising and Reshaping the Enforcement Process of
Federal Bank Regulation
, 50 Ohio State Law Journal 1117 (1989).[32]

Public Disclosure as a Tool of Federal Bank Regulation, 9 Ann. Rev.
Banking
L. 229 (1990).[33]

[Chair & Panelist] Remarks in Effects and Effectiveness of Economic Sanctions, 1990 Proc. Am. Soc. Int’l L. 203.[34]

The Iraqi Sanctions: Something Old, Something New, 15 Southern
Illinois University Law Journal
413 (1991).[35]

The 12(i)’ed Monster: Administration of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 by the
Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies
,
19 Hofstra Law Review 269 (1991),
reprinted in, 1992 Securities Law Review.[36]

Seeing the Light: Savings Associations Conversions and Regulatory Realignment, 10 Ann. Rev.
Banking
L. 189 (1991).

Between Iraq and a Hard Place: U.S. International Banking and the Iraqi Sanctions, 11 Ann. Rev.
Banking
L. 375 (1992).[37]

Bumper Cars: Themes of Convergence in International Regulation, 60 Fordham
Law Review
S1 (Survey Issue 1992).[38]

Final Report: Administration of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
by the Federal Bank Regulatory Agencies

(Administrative Conference of the United States, 1992).[39]

Can 10b-5 for the Banks? The Effect of an Antifraud Rule on the Regulation of Banks, 61 Fordham L.
Rev
. S23 (Survey Issue 1993), reprinted
in
8 Banking L. Anth. 257
(1994).[40]

Shifting Paradigms: Institutional Roles in a Changing World, 62 Fordham L.
Rev
. 1911 (1994).[41]

Double, Double Toil and Trouble: Bank Regulatory Policy at Mid-Decade, 63 Fordham L.
Rev
. 2031 (1995), reprinted in
9 Banking L. Anth. 269 (1995).[42]

Written Statement of Views on D’Oench, Duhme (Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight of
Government Management of the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, January
31, 1995).[43]

Economic Sanctions and Retention of Counsel, 9 Administrative Law Journal
of the American University
515 (1995).[44]

U.S. International Banking Policy: Prospects and Problems in a New Millennium, 15 Ann. Rev.
Banking
L. 277 (1996).[45]

The Sound of Two Hands Flapping: Insurance-Related Activities of National Banks, 41 St. Louis
University Law Journal
75 (1996).[46]

When You Wish Upon Winstar: Contract Analysis and the Future of Regulatory Action, 42 St. Louis
U. L.J.
409 (1998).[47]

Banking in the Twenty-First Century,
25 Journal of Corporation Law 787
(2000).[48]

Functional Regulation: Premise or Pretext? in Patricia A.
McCoy (
ed.), Financial
Modernization after Gramm-Leach-Bliley
(LexisNexis 2002).[49]

Capital Adequacy and Regulatory Objectives, 25 Suffolk Transnational Law
Review
299 (2002).[50]

Financial Services Trends in the Twenty-First Century: Report on a Survey of the Membership
of the AALS Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services
, 21 Ann. Rev.
Banking
L. 293 (2002).

Où est votre chapeau? Economic Sanctions and Trade Regulation, 4 Chicago
Journal of International Law
371 (2003).[51]

Perspectives on Unfunding Terror, 17 Transnat’l
Law.
97 (2004).[52]

Financial Services Regulation after NAFTA in Kevin Kennedy
(
ed.), The First Decade of NAFTA:
The Future of Free Trade in North America
(Transnational Publishers,
Inc., 2004).

International Project Finance: Risk Analysis and Regulatory Concerns, 18 Transnat’l Law. 89 (2004).[53]

The Emerging International Regime of Financial Services Regulation, 18 Transnat’l
Law. 329 (2005).
[54]

Study of New U.S. Unilateral Sanctions, 1997-2006 (National Foreign Trade Council, 2006), available at http://www.usaengage.org/storage/usaengage/Publications/2006_
study_of_new_%20us_unilateral_%20sanctions.pdf
.[55]

[and others], Report Regarding the Pacific McGeorge Workshop on Globalizing the Law School
Curriculum
, 19 Pacific
McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal
267 (2006).[56] [Formerly The
Transnational Lawyer
.]

Capital Regulation and International Banking: A Questionable Strategy, in Gregory
T. Papanikos
(ed.), Essays on the
Economics of Law and Industrial Organization
155 (Athens Institute for
Education and Research, 2006).

Transfer Pricing Principles and Economic Development: The Taxman and a Changing Europe, in David A. Frenkel & Carsten Gerner-Beuerle (eds.), Selected Essays on Current Legal Issues
247 (Athens Institute for Education and Research: 2008).

The Subprime Mortgage Crisis: An International and Regional Threat in Need of a Solution, in David A. Frenkel & Carsten Gerner-Beuerle
(eds.), Challenges of the Law in a
Permeable World
9 (Athens Institute for Education and Research: 2009).

Encountering Antigone: Personal and Civic Duties and the Art of the Advocate, in David A. Frenkel (ed.), Legal Theory, Practice and Education 71
(Athens Institute for Education and Research: 2011).

Zone Defense: The Euro Zone and the Crisis in Financial Services Markets, in David A. Frenkel & Carsten Gerner-Beuerle (eds.),
Financial Crisis, Globalisation and
Regulatory Reform
9 (Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2012).[57]

The International Financial Crisis and Nation-Based “Prudential Regulation,” in David
A. Frenkel & Carsten Gerner-Beuerle
(eds.), Financial Crisis, Globalisation and Regulatory Reform 67
(Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2012).

Built to Scale: Small Business Policy and the Meltdown, 2012 Michigan
State Law Review
7.[58]

Negotiating in a Ditch: Institutional Implications of the Sovereign Debt Crisis, 28 Connecticut
Journal International Law
1 (2012).[59]

Human Rights and Unintended Consequences: Empirical Analysis of International Economic
Sanctions in Contemporary Practice
,
31 Boston U. Int’l L.J. 75
(2013).[60]

Governing Foolishness: A Comparative Analysis of Executive Compensation Rules, in David A.
Frenkel
(ed.), Economy and
Commercial Law–Selected Issues
31 (Athens Institute for Education and
Research, 2013).

Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision: New Concepts and Challenges, in David A.
Frenkel
(ed.), Selected Legal
Issues in Economics
11 (Athens Institute for Education and Research,
2014).

There are no Bitcoins, only Bit Payers, in David A. Frenkel (ed.), Selected Issues in Public Private Law
13 (Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2015).

Payment Systems and Harmonization, in
Christian Cascante, Andreas Spahlinger & Stephan Wilske (eds.), Global Wisdon on Business Transactions,
International Law and Dispute
Resolution: Festschrift für Gerhard Wegen
273-285 (2015).

Dissertation

“Civil Authority in Medieval Philosophy: Selected Commentaries
of Aquinas and Bonaventure.”

Ph.D. dissertation, Georgetown University, 1983.

Translations

Bruno Bauer, The Genus and the Crowd, 8 Philosophical
Forum
126 (1978).

Bruno Bauer, The Capacity of Present Day Jews and Christians to Become Free, 8 Phil. Forum 135 (1978).

Bruno Bauer, The Genus and the Crowd [revised version], in
L.S. Stepelevich (ed.), The Young Hegelians
198-205 (Cambridge University Press, 1983).

Opuscula

W. Desan, The Planetary Man, reviewed in,
27 The Review of Metaphysics 607
(1974).

M. Natanson, Phenomenology,
Role and Reason
, reviewed in, 28 Rev. Meta.
130 (1974).

J. Grünfeld, Science and
Values
, reviewed in, 28 Rev. Meta.
553 (1975).

L. Addis, The Logic of
Society
, reviewed in, 29 Rev. Meta.
334 (1975).

A. Giddens, Positivism and
Sociology
, reviewed in, 29 Rev. Meta.
341 (1975).

L. Katzner, Man in Conflict:
Traditions in Social and Political Thought
,
reviewed in, 29 Rev. Meta. 549 (1976).

S. Hook, Revolution, Reform
and Social Justice
, reviewed in, 29 Rev. Meta.
737 (1976).

J. Grünfeld, Science and
Values
, reviewed in, 10 Journal of
Value Inquiry
234 (1976).

G. Lodge, The New American
Ideology
, reviewed in, 30 Rev. Meta.
531 (1977).

R. M. Unger, Knowledge and
Politics
, reviewed in, 30 Rev. Meta.
537 (1977).

M. Kaplan, Justice, Human
Nature and Political Obligation
, reviewed in, 31 Rev. Meta. 118 (1977).

M. A. Odle, Multinational Banks and Underdevelopment, reviewed in,
77 American Journal of International Law
390 (1983).

D. Campbell (ed.), Transnational Legal
Practice: A Survey of Selected Countries
,
reviewed in, 77 Am. J. Int’l L. 705 (1983).

P. D. Reynolds, China’s International Banking and Financial System, reviewed in,
78 Am. J. Int’l L. 718 (1984).

Securities & Exchange
Commission Staff Report, Internationalization of the Securities Markets
, reviewed in,
12 Maryland Journal of International Law
and Trade
103 (1987).

The Condominia of Morgan: A Family of Bankers and a Family of Banks, 60 Fordham L.
Rev
. 573 (1991) (review of R.
Chernow, The House of Morgan
(1990)).

Foreword: . . . And Backward: Death and Transfiguration
among the Savings Associations
,
59 Fordham L. Rev. S-1 (Survey
Issue 1991).[61]

Economic Sanctions and Human Rights: A Delicate Balance, 3 Human
Rights Brief
12 (1995).[62]

A Word from the Chair, 9 Banking L. Anth. viii (1995).

Dara Khambata, The Practice of Multinational Banking: Macro-Policy Issues and Key
International Concepts
(2d ed.)
(1996), reviewed in, 9 the Transnational Lawyer 483 (1996).

John A. Adams, Jr., Mexican Banking and Investment in Transition (1997), reviewed
in
, 10 Transnat’l Law. 305
(1997).

The Many Faces of Economic Sanctions, 2 Global Dialogue 1 (2000).

Functional Regulation: New Paradigm or Cliche?
http://www.thebankingchannel.com/regulatory/ story.jsp (May 22, 2001).

Bank Regulators v. the SEC: Functional Litigation? http://www.thebankingchannel.com/regulatory/ story.jsp (August 20, 2001).

As Events Overtake Us: The Terrorist Assets Freeze,
http://www.thebankingchannel.com/features/ printstory.jsp (October 2, 2001).

USA PATRIOT Act and Financial Services: The New Environment, http://www.thebankingchan-nel.com/features/printstory.jsp
(January 10, 2002).

USA PATRIOT Act and Financial Services: Interpretive Issues, http://www.thebankingchan-nel.com/features/printstory.jsp (February
11, 2002).

USA PATRIOT Act and Financial Services: Administrative Implementation, http://www.thebank-ingchannel.com/regulatory/story.jsp
(March 13, 2002).

Current Issues in International Arbitration,
15 Transnat’l Law. 43 (2002).[63]

International Financial Services: An Agenda for the Twenty-First Century, 15 Transnat’l
Law
. 55 (2002).[64]

National
Favoritism: The Historical Underpinnings of the Current OCC Preemption Strategy
, Prepared Statement Before a Joint Hearing of the
Committee on Banking, Commerce and International Trade of the California State
Senate and the Banking and Finance Committee of the California State Assembly
(May 21, 2003).

The Spin
She’s In
, L.A. Times, June 11, 2003, at A13, col. 3 (Op-Ed article).[65]

Community Development Banking and Financial Institutions Act of 1994, in Brian K. Landsberg (ed.), Major Acts of Congress (New York:
Macmillan Reference, 2003).

Glass-Steagall Act of 1933, in Brian K. Landsberg (ed.), Major Acts of Congress (New York:
Macmillan Reference, 2003).

International Emergency Economic Powers Act, in
Brian K. Landsberg (ed.), Major Acts of Congress (New York: Macmillan
Reference, 2003).

National Bank Act, in Brian K. Landsberg (ed.), Major Acts of Congress (New York:
Macmillan Reference, 2003).

Tariff Act of 1789, in Brian K. Landsberg (ed.), Major Acts of Congress (New York:
Macmillan Reference, 2003).

Trading With the Enemy Act, in Brian K. Landsberg (ed.), Major Acts of Congress (New York:
Macmillan Reference, 2003).

United Nations Participation Act of 1945,
in Brian
K. Landsberg
(ed.), Major Acts of
Congress
(New York: Macmillan Reference, 2003).

Luncheon Address: Was bedeutet “Terrorismus”?
17 Transnat’l Law. 39 (2004).

Law Struggles
to Keep Up with the Virtual World
,
The European Lawyer 49 (Sept. 2004).

Towards a National Community: The CRA and the Contemporary Market, 29 W. New
England L. Rev.
25 (2006).

Memorandum to
the Select Committee on Economic Affairs of the House of Lords of the United
Kingdom on the Impact of International Economic Sanctions
(30 Sept. 2006), reprinted
in
II Select Committee on Economic
Affairs, U.K. House of Lords, The Impact of Economic Sanctions
158
(2007).

The Subprime Mortgage Crisis and Bank Regulation, 27 No. 3 Banking
& Fin. Serv. Pol’y Rep.
1 (2008).[66]

Housing Market Deterioration in the Wake of the U.S. Subprime Mortgage Market Meltdown:
Disturbing Metrics Point to Linkage Between Housing Policy and Financial
Services Policy
, 4 Vital Spaces 8 (2011) [Newsletter of
the UNECE Committee on Housing and Land Management and the Working Party on
Land Administration].

Stressing Out: New Guidance On Stress Testing For
Large Banking Organizations
, 31
No. 8 Banking & Fin. Services Pol’y
Rep
. 1 (2012).

Housing Policy and the Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision, 6 Vital
Spaces
4 (2013)
[Newsletter of the UNECE Committee on Housing and Land Management and the Working
Party on Land Administration].

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Michael P. Malloy.

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[11]This casebook has been cited
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, 550 U.S. 1, 26 (2007) (Stevens, J., dissenting). It is also
cited in Daniel J. Boyle, Greenspan’s
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Contributed to the Financial Crisis
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casebook).

[12]This book is cited in Daniel
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[13]This book is cited in
Constance Z. Wagner, Structuring the
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Form to House New Financial Activities of National Banks Matter?
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463 n.287 (2002); Shawn N. Bailey, Note, Tearing
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(2002-2003) (quoting and discussing in text); Michael Abramowicz, Information Markets, Administrative
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933, — n.195 (2004);
Cybil White, Note, Riegle-Neal’s 10% Nationwide Deposit Cap:
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(2005);
Franklin
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[14]This book was reviewed in 96
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Int’l Affairs — (2002). The book was cited in H. Scott Fairley, Relating to and Doing Business With Cuba: A
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Cleveland, Human Rights Sanctions and
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, 14 Transnat’l L. & Contemp.
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under the International Religious Freedom Act
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335 n.190, 336 n.197 (2006) (citing and quoting “[e]conomic-sanction expert
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of Regime Change Through Trade Sanctions
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Restrictions on Software and Online Services for American Foreign Policy and
Human Rights
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(citing and discussing book in notes); Court E. Golumbic & Robert S. Ruff
III, Leveraging the Three Core
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quoting book).

[15]This book is cited in

Elizabeth R. Schiltz, The Amazing,
Elastic, Ever-expanding Exportation Doctrine and Its Effect on Predatory
Lending Regulation
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544 n.114, 569 n.242, 571 n.255 (2004) (citing and quoting book in text);
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
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by a Corporate Client’s Inner Circle
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(2004); Kimberly M. Gartner & Elizabeth R. Schiltz, What’s Your Score? Educating College Students about Credit Card Debt,
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Elizabeth R. Schiltz, What’s Your Score?
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Credit Cardholders Default over Minimum Payment Hikes?
18 Loy. Consumer L.
Rev. 331, 353 n.174 (2006); James Fanto, Paternalistic
Regulation of Public Company Management: Lessons from Bank Regulation
, 58
Fla. L. Rev. 859, 865, n.14 (2006); Paul E. Lund, National Banks and Diversity Jurisdiction, 46 U. Louisville L. Rev. 73, 76 nn.14-17,
77 nn.18-20, 28, 78 n.33 (2007) (citing and quoting book in text and notes);
Peggy Delinois Hamilton, Why the Check
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nn.53-54, 56-58 (2007); Paul E. Lund, Federally
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n.23 (2011); William A. Lovett, Transnational Finance Regulation and the Global
Economy, 20 Tul. J. Int’l & Comp. L. 43, 44 n.5 (2011); Peter Lim Felton,
Comment, Too Big to Manage: A Case For
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nn. 31, 40, 47, 49, 51, 53, 59 (2012) (citing and quoting treatise); Colleen
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discussing book; quoting book in text and notes).

[16]This book is cited in Arthur
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Subcomm. on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, H. Comm. on Financial
Services
, at – n.50 (Feb. 8, 2012), available at 2012 WLNR 2801244;
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Ind. L.J. 179, 208 nn.208-209, 210 nn.233, 235 (2015); Brian R. Cheffins, The Corporate Governance Movement, Banks,
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[17]Reviewed at
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[18]This book has been cited and
quoted in Andrea J. Boyack, Lessons in Price Stability from the U.S.
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[19]This book has been cited in
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for Analyzing International Expropriation Claims
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495, 503 n.40 (2007) (citing and discussing text in advance of its
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[20]This article has been cited
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[21]This article has been cited
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v. Regan, 746 F.2d 865, 871
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[22]This article has been cited
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[23]This article has been cited
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[25]This article has been cited
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[26]These remarks are cited and
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[27]This article has been cited
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[28]This report has been cited
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[32]This article has been cited
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