An Obscure Bank Law Could Bring A Bonanza
Deep in the article "Money with strings attached" (Finance, Dec. 21) is an essential point concerning alleged bank tie-ins that should not be missed. Tying by banks is subject to a unique legal prohibition that gives any corporate bond issuer or borrower that feels victimized the right to sue for treble damages.
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