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2011 Practice Highlights: A. Purchase Money Security Interest (PMSI) and Consignment Transactions; B. Default and Enforcement; C. Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Jan. 20, 2011

SPEAKER 1: OK, welcome back from your break. On our next topic, we're going to cover Purchase Money Security Interest and Consignments. And for this presentation, I'm proud to introduce Ken Karl from Sheppard Mullin in Los Angeles and I thank him for flying out here. And as you may remember this morning, I introduced one of the speakers and told you that he'd given me my first job out of law school. Well, Ken has done something slightly even more ...

A. Default and Enforcement; B. Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Jan. 14, 2013

KENNETH CHIN: And for our next speaker we have Ken Carl, who's a partner at Sheppard Mullin from Los Angeles. I'm so happy he's traveled all the way across the country in order to give this presentation. Ken's practice focuses on lender and borrower representation and financing transactions, loan workouts, and bankruptcies. And Ken is a classmate of mine from law school. And I'm so happy that he's here. So Ken will talk to us about default and remedies. ...

A. Default and Enforcement B. Bankruptcy C. How the Uniform Commercial Code Affects Your Business: Applying Articles 1, 8 and 9 to Non-Financing Transactions

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Recorded on: Jan. 16, 2014

KENNETH CHIN: Welcome back. So for this segment of the presentation, I want to introduce the next two speakers. One is Ken Carl, who is a partner at Sheppard Mullin. And he will talk about enforcing security interest under Article 9. After you've figured out-- you're perfected in everything, now the borrower doesn't pay. Then what? And immediately following him will be Kristen Campana, who is a partner at Bracewell Giuliani. And she's going to tell ...

A. Default and Enforcement B. Bankruptcy C. How the Uniform Commercial Code Affects Your Business: Applying Articles 1, 8 and 9 to Non-Financing Transactions

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Recorded on: Jan. 16, 2014

Taken from the Web Program Secured Transactions 2014: What Lawyers Need to Know About UCC Article 9 Recorded January, 2014 in New YorkA. Default and Enforcement B. Bankruptcy C. How the Uniform Commercial Code Affects Your Business: Applying Articles 1, 8 and 9 to Non-Financing Transactions [01:41:04] A. Default and Enforcement Planning an exit strategy Has there been a default? Collecting deposit accounts Repossession and landlord waivers ...

Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2014: Current Developments

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From the program: Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2014: Current Developments

Released on: May. 12, 2014

The credit markets continue to be volatile and in today’s weak economy, staying abreast of the current developments in restructuring, bankruptcy and reorganizations is essential. This advanced conference assembles a remarkable faculty of bankruptcy judges and leading practitioners who will provide you with a thorough analysis of hot topics and recent decisions and how to strategically respond to them. They will cover the cases after the Supreme Court's ...

Acquiring Assets from the Debtor Estate, IP Issues, Corporate Governance and Bankruptcy Ethics

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Recorded on: Apr. 20, 2011

JOSEPH SAMET: Welcome back. In Volume Two of our book, there are two articles on the duties of officers and directors, one starting at page 485 and Jane's article starting at page 501. Everything you want to know about officers and directors, duties, liabilities, and theories is in there. But we'll amplify and give you more of a sense of that and what the trends are. After spending some time on officer, director, liability, fiduciary duties, we'll ...

Acquisition Finance Update

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Recorded on: May. 14, 2014

PATRICK J. RYAN: Welcome back, everyone. We're going to move on to our next panel, which is our acquisition finance update. And I'll just spend a minute introducing our panelists. Immediately to David's left is Byung Choi, who is a partner at Ropes & Gray and is co-head of the firm's Finance practice group. To Byung's left is Ann Makich, who is partner at Cahill Gordon and a member of their corporate group, obviously. And finally, at the end, ...

Acquisition Finance Update

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Recorded on: May. 14, 2014

Taken from the Web Program Leveraged Financing 2014 Recorded May, 2014 in New YorkAcquisition Finance Update [01:16:57] Recent trends U.S. versus UK style acquisition finance conditionality Financing follow-on acquisitions Existing debt compliance considerations The purchase price of this segment includes the following article(s) from the Course Handbook available online: Representing Borrowers: “Boilerplate” Mechanics (Spring 2014)Angela ...

Asset Based Financing Foundations

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Recorded on: Mar. 4, 2014

DANIELLE COHEN: It's my pleasure to introduce to you the chair of today's program, Edwin Smith. Ed is a partner in the New York City and Boston offices of Bingham McCutchen, where he concentrates his practice in general commercial and insolvency law. In addition, he is a member of the teaching faculty at the Morin Center for Banking Law Studies at Boston University Law School, where he has taught secure transactions and teaches transnational lending ...

Asset Based Financing Strategies 2014

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From the program: Asset Based Financing Strategies 2014

Released on: Mar. 14, 2014

Asset based financing is a key source of credit for small and medium-size companies and for some larger, publicly traded companies as well. In contrast to equity financing where ownership in the company is diluted, asset-based financing allows companies to use their own assets to generate cash flow.In structuring these loans, lenders and their counsel must consider all senior interests in the collateral, as well as the practical difficulties in obtaining ...

Asset Based Financing Strategies 2013 -- Bankruptcy -- Hot Issues for Secured Creditors

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From the program: Asset Based Financing Strategies 2013

Recorded on: Mar. 18, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Asset Based Financing Strategies 2013 recorded March, 2013 in New York. Lecture Topics  [01:01:22] Bankruptcy -- Hot Issues for Secured Creditors  [01:01:22] Automatic stay Post-petition interest and attorneys’ fees Executory contracts Post-petition financing Bankruptcy trustee avoiding powers Credit bidding “Cram down” and “cram up” ...

Assumption of Rejection of Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases

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Recorded on: Nov. 6, 2012

HOWARD J. WEG: All right. Welcome back, everybody. We're into the home stretch. I saved the best for last, I'd like to think. This particular panel is going to cover the topic of executory contracts and unexpired leases. My co-panelist, Ali Mojdehi, from Cooley Godward in San Diego's office has come up here to participate. And we've sort of divided the various topics that we're going to cover into smaller little bites, so I'll speak, then Ali will ...

"Avoiding Powers" - Augmentation of the Estate

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Recorded on: Nov. 6, 2012

HOWARD WEG: We're getting ready to start. Good morning. And welcome back, everyone. Very often, your first encounter with insolvency or bankruptcy proceedings is when a client calls up you up and said, I got a letter from some bankruptcy lawyer saying if we don't pay back some amount we've been paid for goods we sold six months ago-- three months ago-- some period in the past-- they're going to sue us. And that's what we call avoiding powers. There's ...

"Avoiding Powers" - Augmentation of the Estate

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Recorded on: Nov. 21, 2011

HOWARD WEG: Welcome back, everyone, and good morning. Today we are on day two of our journey through learning the nuts and bolts of corporate bankruptcy law, an interesting and fun journey for those of us who practice in the area. I again want to encourage those in the PLI studio audience and those listening on the web to ask questions if you're here and type questions into the computer access that they give you for the web participants, and I will ...

Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Mar. 4, 2014

EDWIN E. SMITH: We're back. We've just talked about intercreditor agreements, and enforcement of remedies under Article 9. But, of course, we all know that the ultimate test of a security interest in an asset-based loan is in bankruptcy. So we're going to be talking about what happens when the debtor files for bankruptcy. And just to give you a glimpse of what we're going to talk about, it's going to be the automatic stay, adequate protection, use ...

Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Apr. 27, 2011

EDWIN E. SMITH: OK, we're now going head to bankruptcy, which is the litmus paper test of a secured transaction. This is where a secured party really finds out whether it's done all of the right things for its security interest to work. This particular talk is going to concentrate on a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, and how secured creditors are treated in a Chapter 11. But a lot of the things that we're going to talk about will apply to a Chapter 7 ...

Bankruptcy -- Hot Issues for Secured Creditors

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Recorded on: Mar. 18, 2013

EDWIN SMITH: It's very important that you do the evaluations. We look at those every year to try to determine who to keep on the panel and who to throw off. I'd now like to introduce, as my colleague on this session, June Basden, from Carruthers & Roth in Greensboro. JUNE BASDEN: And that's Greensboro, North Carolina. EDWIN SMITH: There we go. Right. And so we're here to talk about bankruptcy related issues for asset-based lenders. We're going ...

Bankruptcy/Outsourcing

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Recorded on: Nov. 8, 2010

JOHN DELANEY: We're having a few minor technical difficulties with the PowerPoints, but I'm going to do the introductions. And I think we'll have everything fixed shortly. So the next topic. Welcome back. I hope everyone had a nice lunch session. We're back. We're going to talk about bankruptcy issues in connection with outsourcing. Even if you're not reading the papers, we're in the middle of a huge global recession. And hopefully, we're paying ...

Bankruptcy Basics for Low-Income Clients 2013 -- Discharge of Debts and the Automatic Stay

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From the program: Bankruptcy Basics for Low-Income Clients 2013

Recorded on: Sep. 27, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Bankruptcy Basics for Low-Income Clients recorded September, 2013 in San Francisco.Lecture Topics  [01:00:05]Discharge of Debts and the Automatic Stay [01:00:05] Debts not generally discharged Debts that may be challenged by the creditor §707 actions by the trustee or creditor Violation of the automatic stay Automatic stay denied to persistent filers Automatic stay not applicable in certain actions The ...

Bankruptcy Issues

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Recorded on: Feb. 23, 2012

LOTHAR DETERMANN: So, welcome back, everybody, to our program, IP Issues in Business Transactions. And following the exciting, fascinating topic of taxes, the only thing that could really top that is going to be bankruptcy. And we have a speaker here with Dave Kennedy, who is not only a bankruptcy expert, but also has a considerable amount of IP licensing and commercial expertise, and can help bridge both worlds. David has spoken at this program ...

Bankruptcy Issues

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Recorded on: May. 23, 2011

DR. LOTHAR DETERMANN: So welcome back everybody to the IP and business transactions program. We're going to go from worse to worst. We've just talked about taxes and now we're going into bankruptcy. But it's certainly something very important and something that with every transaction at the outside needs to be planned for. I have the great honor to introduce David Kennedy here, who is a rare breed in that he started out as a bankruptcy lawyer and ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 12, 2012

JOSEPH YANG: Hi everybody. We're ready to continue with our last talk of the morning before lunch. At this point it's my pleasure to introduce Lillian Stenfeldt. She's a partner in the Creditor's Rights and Bankruptcy practice group. And in fact, she chairs that practice group at the Cedric firm here in San Francisco. Her practice areas and her expertise include bankruptcy and insolvency, creditor's rights, receivership matters, and complex commercial ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2013

SPEAKER: OK. Welcome back. It's my pleasure to introduce Lillian Stenfeldt. She is our speaker on IP issues in bankruptcy. Lillian is a partner and chair of the Bankruptcy Department at Sedgwick LLP. Here in San Francisco? LILLIAN STENFELDT: Yes. SPEAKER: She's worked on intellectual property bankruptcy issues for more than 25 years, representing international technology and other clients on various aspects of licensing and bankruptcy law. Among ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2013 Recorded December, 2013 in San FranciscoBankruptcy Issues in Licensing [01:05:19] Treatment of IP and IP licenses under bankruptcy law Consequences of your licensor, or licensee, going bankrupt Structuring IP transactions to take into account bankruptcy risk Negotiating tips to address the bankruptcy contingency Preserving IP rights in the face of bankruptcy ...

Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2013: Current Developments -- Executory Contracts

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From the program: Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2013: Current Developments

Recorded on: May. 1, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2013: Current Developments recorded April, 2013 in New York.Lecture Topics  [01:05:08]Executory Contracts  [01:05:08] Current cases; Sunbeam cf. Lubrizol; Hostess Enforceability, if any, of post-petition performance Leases as disguised security agreements Retroactive lease rejections Treatment of IP, license and franchise agreements; § 365(n) cases Assumption or rejection ...

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