Best Banking Law Books

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1. The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap

Author: by Mehrsa Baradaran
English
384 pages
0674237471

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Read this book.It explains so much about the momentBeautiful, heartbreaking work. Ta-Nehisi CoatesA deep accounting of how America got to a point where a median white family has 13 times more wealth than the median black family. The AtlanticExtraordinaryBaradaran focuses on a part of the American story that’s often ignored: the way African Americans were locked out of the financial engines that create wealth in America.

Ezra KleinWhen the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863, the black community owned less than 1 percent of the total wealth in America. More than 150 years later, that number has barely budged. The Color of Money seeks to explain the stubborn persistence of this racial wealth gap by focusing on the generators of wealth in the black community: black banks.

With the civil rights movement in full swing, President Nixon promoted black capitalism, a plan to support black banks and minority-owned businesses. But the catch-22 of black banking is that the very institutions needed to help communities escape the deep poverty caused by discrimination and segregation inevitably became victims of that same poverty.


2. Payments Systems in the U.S. – Third Edition: A Guide for the Payments Professional

Author: by Carol Coye Benson
Glenbrook Partners
English
202 pages

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Payments Systems in the U.S. Is a comprehensive description of the payments systems (cards, checks, ACH, wires, and cash) that move money between and among consumers and enterprises in the U.S. In clear and lively writing, the authors explain how the payments systems work, how they evolved, who uses them, who provides them, who profits from them, and how they are changing.

Anyone in the payments industry or needing to use payments products can benefit from understanding this. The third edition updates information about each system, adds a chapter on payments innovation, and includes a glossary of industry terminology.


3. The Law of Debtors and Creditors: Text, Cases, and Problems (Aspen Casebook)

Author: by Elizabeth Warren
Wolters Kluwer
English

1024 pages

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One of the leading casebooks in the field, The Law of Debtors and Creditors features 39 problem sets with realistic questions a lawyer considers in managing a bankruptcy case. It also challenges the students with the major policy and theoretical questions in the field.

The text features a functional organization as a bankruptcy case would unfold. The focus is on teaching through the realistic problems, complete with ethical difficulties embedded into the fact patterns. The presentation is lively and colloquial. Explanatory text throughout makes bankruptcy law accessible to students and easier to teach.

Because it divides the subject between consumer and business bankruptcy, professors can select the depth of coverage for each subject in designing a two-, three-, or four-credit class. The authors-Senator Elizabeth Warren, Congresswoman Katie Porter, and Professors Pottow (Michigan) and Westbrook (Texas)-are among the most prominent in the field.

Uniquely comprehensive Teacher’s Manual-chock full of material on how to design class around the problem sets, citations to new cases and literature, and suggestions for steering class discussion. New to the Eighth Edition: The emergence of a whole new form of chapter 11 bankruptcy, the Small Business Reorganization Act in subchapter V, just as the Covid19 crisis exploded The impact of recent Supreme Court decisions, including Jevic, Merit Management, Midland Funding, and Wellness New cases and issues since the Seventh Edition Updated materials on 363 sales Incorporation of discussion of ABI Commission on Consumer Bankruptcy Reform A number of interesting new problems Professors and students will benefit from: Separation of consumer bankruptcy from business bankruptcy-professors can select the depth of coverage for each subject Lively explanatory text-makes bankruptcy law accessible to students and easier to teach Engagement of current events and economic trends Discussion of many recent cases 39 problem sets-featuring the realistic questions a lawyer considers in applying the statutory provisions in a bankruptcy case Substantial discussion of the ethical questions that arise in bankruptcy practice, and including ethical issues in the problems students must solve Functional organization-as a bankruptcy case would unfold rather than using some artificial paradigm Chapters specifically devoted to bankruptcy theory (consumer and business), to international insolvencies, and to important ethics issue in the consumer and business contexts Problem sets designed to combine doctrinal, transactional, and theoretical issues


4. Essential Concepts of Business for Lawyers (Aspen Coursebook Series)

Author: by Robert J. Rhee
Wolters Kluwer
English
512 pages

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Most law students have never had formal coursework in accounting or finance, yet these areas are integral to so many law school courses including: Business Associations, Securities Regulations, Corporate Finance, Taxation, Banking Law, Financial Regulation, and Business Planning. With math no more difficult than high school algebra, Essential Concepts of Business for Lawyers, Third Edition fills in those gaps with an accessible and interactive presentation of accounting, finance, and financial markets.

Each stand-alone chapter provides a complete lesson that will shed light on business courses in law school, as well as business situations in legal practice. New to the Third Edition: Updates for and addition of new cases that illustrate the business concepts Addition of more examples, including information related to more companies such as Google and Uber Addition of new materials on the basic microeconomic concept of supply and demand Professors and students will benefit from: A self-contained course book that supports a 2-credit course on an overview of business concepts, including accounting, finance, valuation, financial instruments, and business strategy Lessons that go beyond the definitions of terms of art and business terminology A book written at an accessible level Edited appellate cases that connect business concepts to the law and legal practice Knowledge of the basic and most essential concepts of business Materials presented in an accessible way including the use of many examples to illustrate difficult concepts Clear explanations of difficult materials and foreign concepts


5. Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: as amended through P.L. 115-174, Enacted May 24, 2018

Author: by United States Congress
English
24 pages
1670114074

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This book reproduces in a convenient, slim volume the text of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, as amended through P.L. 115-174, Enacted May 24, 2018, as maintained by the Office of Legislative Counsel of the United States Congress. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is also known as Title VIII of the Consumer Credit Protection Act.

This is an unofficial publication and is neither authorized nor endorsed by the United States Congress or any governmental body.


6. Fair Credit Reporting Act: As Amended Through P.L. 115-174, Enacted May 24, 2018

Author: by United States Congress
English
94 pages
1670067718

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This book reproduces in a convenient, slim volume the text of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, as amended through P.L. 115-174, Enacted May 24, 2018, as maintained by the Office of Legislative Counsel of the United States Congress. The Fair Credit Reporting Act is also known as Title VI of the Consumer Credit Protection Act.

This is an unofficial publication and is neither authorized nor endorsed by the United States Congress or any governmental body.


7. Regulation of Lawyers: Problems of Law and Ethics [Connected Casebook] (Aspen Casebook)

Author: by Stephen Gillers
Wolters Kluwer
English
764 pages

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Buy a new version of this Connected Casebook and receive access to the online e-book, practice questions from your favorite study aids, and an outline tool on CasebookConnect, the all in one learning solution for law school students. CasebookConnect offers you what you need most to be successful in your law school classes- portability, meaningful feedback, and greater efficiency.

Regulation of Lawyers: Problems of Law and Ethics, 12th edition goes beyond the rules in teaching students the subtle differences between proper and improper conduct. Writing in his direct and lively style, Stephen Gillers explores the subtleties and nuances of the legal and ethical rules governing lawyers and judges.

From great teaching cases, timely materials, and realistic problems, students come away with new insight, equipped to detect and avoid improper conduct over the course of their professional careers. Refined through years of classroom use, this casebook also offers comprehensive coverage, a balanced mix of materials, discussion beyond the rules and from different perspectives, detailed notes, and an accessible and engaging style.


8. Secured Transactions For The Practitioner: How to Properly Perfect Your Personal Property Lien And Assure Priority (Updated as of October 2017)

Author: by Frank Peretore
English
200 pages
1496078632

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This book is a great desk reference for the practitioner trying to understand and navigate their way through Article 9 of the U.C.C., to close transactions and most importantly, properly perfect and assure priority of their liens in secured transactions.

The book is structured, first and foremost, to help the reader easily determine the type of collateral they are dealing with and then how to perfect in such collateral, including more than 50 different types of collateral. The book also includes an extensive section on how to properly perfect liens by filing a financing statement, as well as sections on how to perfect liens through possession and control.

The book still further includes extensive sections on the scope of Article 9, important concepts of Article 9, priority of liens and the intersection of Article 9 and the United States Bankruptcy Code and fraudulent conveyance laws.


9. Foundation For Financial Excellence: Lessons From The Pros: A Game Plan For The Collegiate Athlete

Author: by Ryan Schachtner
B098RY9S9Z
English
226 pages

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Collegiate Athlete: Financially Fit or Financial FlopBeing a top collegiate athlete is the last stop before a professional carrier.Thrilling?Of course. But not without its dangers. Foundations for Financial Excellence is a privileged look behind the scenes at the reality of money.

Whether you choose to go pro or not, this book will show you the short and long game of money and how to be financially independent-regardless of your path. For the first time, there is a guide in changing the economic spectrum for athletes for generations to come – Arrelious Benn NFLI did not fully understand finances until I was out of the league.

And the earlier athletes learn and implement strategies in this book the better off they will be.. Roy Williams 5-time NFL Pro BowlerThe Authors Behind the Book:Ryan Schachtner is the CEO of Carolina Asset Management, a firm that works closely with professional athletes in creating financial strategies that augment their current income while preparing to maximize their retirement funds.

10. The Chickenshit Club: Why the Justice Department Fails to Prosecute Executives

Author: by Jesse Eisinger
Simon & Schuster
English
400 pages

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Winner of the 2018 Excellence in Financial Journalism Award From Pulitzer Prizewinning journalist Jesse Eisinger, a fast moving, fly-on-the-wall, disheartening look at the deterioration of the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange CommissionIt is a book of superheroes (San Francisco Review of Books).

Why were no bankers put in prison after the financial crisis of 2008? Why do CEOs seem to commit wrongdoing with impunity? The problem goes beyond banks deemed Too Big to Fail to almost every large corporation in Americato pharmaceutical companies and auto manufacturers and beyond.

The Chickenshit Cluban inside reference to prosecutors too scared of failure and too daunted by legal impediments to do their jobsexplains why in an absorbing financial history, a monumental work of journalisma first-rate study of the federal bureaucracy (Bloomberg Businessweek).

Jesse Eisinger begins the story in the 1970s, when the government pioneered the notion that top corporate executives, not just seedy crooks, could commit heinous crimes and go to prison. He brings us to trading desks on Wall Street, to corporate boardrooms and the offices of prosecutors and FBI agents.

11. Capital without Borders: Wealth Managers and the One Percent

Author: by Brooke Harrington
English
400 pages
067424477X

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A timely account of how the 1% holds on to their wealthOught to keep wealth managers awake at night. Wall Street JournalHarrington advises governments seeking to address inequality to focus not only on the rich but also on the professionals who help them game the system.

Richard Cooper, Foreign AffairsAn insight unlike any other into how wealth management works. Felix Martin, New StatesmanOne of those rare books where you just have to stand back in awe and wonder at the author’s achievementHarrington offers profound insights into the world of the professional people who dedicate their lives to meeting the perceived needs of the world’s ultra-wealthy.

Times Higher EducationHow do the ultra-rich keep getting richer, despite taxes on income, capital gains, property, and inheritance? Capital without Borders tackles this tantalizing question through a groundbreaking multi-year investigation of the men and women who specialize in protecting the fortunes of the world’s richest people.

12. John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court

Author: by Richard Brookhiser
Basic Books
English
336 pages

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The life of John Marshall, Founding Father and America’s premier chief justice. In 1801, a genial and brilliant Revolutionary War veteran and politician became the fourth chief justice of the United States. He would hold the post for 34 years (still a record), expounding the Constitution he loved.

Before he joined the Supreme Court, it was the weakling of the federal government, lacking in dignity and clout. After he died, it could never be ignored again. Through three decades of dramatic cases involving businessmen, scoundrels, Native Americans, and slaves, Marshall defended the federal government against unruly states, established the Supreme Court’s right to rebuke Congress or the president, and unleashed the power of American commerce.

For better and for worse, he made the Supreme Court a pillar of American life. In John Marshall, award-winning biographer Richard Brookhiser vividly chronicles America’s greatest judge and the world he made.

13. Electronic Payment Systems: Law and Emerging Technologies

Author: by Edward A. Morse
English
352 pages
1634259629

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Banking and payment systems are continually becoming more complex. Technological innovations have impacted the structure, form, and variety of payment systems, increasing their variety as well as their ubiquity on an international level. This guide explores these innovations and the legal and technological questions that they present.

Written by experts in the field, this book provides a topical discussion of the principal electronic payment systems utilized today. Beginning with an overview of modern payment systems, this comprehensive guide:Discusses the primary modern payment systems, which form the rails for significant innovationExamines the next generation of payments technologies, which are seeking to deliver greater efficiency, convenience, and utility for businesses and consumers Details important regulatory concerns, including money laundering, tax enforcement, and sanctions regimesIncludes legal and policy insights in the payments environment including the European Union and the U.S.