Banks have to stay on one side of the law in order not to run afoul of "anti-tying" provisions. But some allege that banks have been crossing over. Why isn't there more proof?

These days, architect Glenn Storek plies his trade freelancing. It's a far cry from the time when he and his brother Richard ran a firm specializing in the restoration of old buildings in the San Francisco Bay Area, fulfilling a dream they had while students at the Berkeley School of Architecture during the 1960s.

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