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Quarterly Report
Vol. 72, No. 2
Letter from the Editors
 
A New Payment Method and More
by Fred Miller
Uniform Regulation of Virtual-Currency Businesses Act
by National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws
Statutory Analysis of the Turnover Requirement for Collateral Repossessed Prepetition, Under Whiting Pools and Cowen
by Alvin C. Harrell
New York Law Requiring Maintenance of Vacant and Abandoned Properties
by Alfred W. J. Marks, Christina A. Parlapiano, and Joy Harmon Sperling
How to Recognize Different Types of Dialers from Quite a Long Way Away
by David Kalat
Looking for Coverage in All the Right Places: Financial Institutions Should Keep an Open Mind When Seeking Coverage for Cyber Losses
by Daniel J. Healy
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