On August 26th, the Second Circuit addressed what constitutes economic duress sufficient to override the release provisions in an agreement to forbear from demanding immediate repayment of a loan. Where, as here, plaintiff failed to allege that the creditor took wrongful action, no economic duress existed, and the creditor was not required to continue to extend credit once the borrower defaulted. Interpharm, Inc. v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.