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Payment Systems and Other Financial Transactions: Cases, Materials, and Problems, Seventh Edition

Ronald J. Mann


  • ISBN: 9781543804515

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  • Additional Product Details
    Publication Date: 9/15/2019
    Copyright: 2020
    Pages: 600
    Print: 9781543804515
    eBook: 9781543815160

    Summary of Contents

    Part One
    Payment Systems                                          
                   Chapter 1: Paying with a Card    
                   Chapter 2: Electronic Consumer Payments
                   Chapter 3: Paying with Paper (Checks)
                   Chapter 4: Wire Transfers
    Part Two
    Credit Enhancement and Letters of Credit
                   Chapter 5: Credit Enhancement
                   Chapter 6: Letters of Credit
    Part Three
    Liquidity Systems
                   Chapter 7: Negotiability
                   Chapter 8: Securities

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  • Author Information

    Ronald J. Mann

    Law clerk to Judge Joseph T. Sneed, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (1985-1986). Law clerk to Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Supreme Court of the United States (1986-1987) . Practiced real estate and transactional law in Houston, Texas (1987-1991). Worked for the Justice Department as an Assistant for the Solicitor General of the United States, (1991-1994) .
    Joined the University of Texas faculty in 2003. Assistant professor of law (1997-1999), and professor of law (1999-2003), at the University of Michigan. Assistant professor of law (1994-1997), and professor of law (1997), at Washington University. Visiting professor of law at Harvard in 2005. Joined the Columbia Law School faculty on July 1, 2007 as Albert E. Cinelli Enterprise Professor of Law.
    Member of the American Law Institute. Recently served as the reporter for the amendments to Articles 3 and 4 of the Uniform Commercial Code.

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