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Secured Transactions 2017: What Lawyers Need to Know About UCC Article 9

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From the program: Secured Transactions 2017: What Lawyers Need to Know About UCC Article 9

Released on: Jan. 25, 2017

Secured transactions, which are interests in specific collateral granted by the debtor in conjunction with the debtor’s promise to pay, are governed by Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.  In this program, you will learn the fundamentals of acquiring a security interest, including how to attach, to perfect (filing and non-filing methods) and to gain (and maintain) priority in the collateral of your choice. You will learn how ...

UCC Article 9: Common Assets, and Uncommon and Special Collateral Types

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Recorded on: Jan. 13, 2017

KENNETH CHIN: OK. Welcome back. It's good to have you all. Back and again, my name is Ken Chin, I'm a partner at Kramer Levin, and I'm going to do my portion of the presentation today. My presentation is on common assets, uncommon collateral, and special collateral types. Now, most of this morning you've heard our speakers talk about the UCC, how to perfect security interest in items such as consumer goods, farm products, timber to be cut, letter ...

When Things Go Wrong: UCC Article 9

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Recorded on: Jan. 13, 2017

KENNETH CHIN: Next up, we're going to talk about when things go wrong. Up until now, we taught you how to get everything right, but if things go wrong even though you do get everything right, sometimes the money just isn't there. So for the next segment of the program, we have Ken Carl, who is a partner at Sheppard, Mullin in Los Angeles. And Ken is from California and is vice-chair of the State Bar Committee's Opinion Committee there. He has extensive ...

Hague Securities Convention

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Recorded on: Jan. 13, 2017

PENELOPE CHRISTOPHOROU: OK. We're going to spend the next 15 minutes, right before lunch, having our new commercial development, which I alluded to earlier, which is the Hague Securities Convention, which will be going live in April. And here to talk to us about it is our special guest Sandra Rocks, who is my colleague and Cleary Gottlieb and has extensive experience in working on issues relating to securities. In particular, securities held indirectly. ...

The Filing System, Equity Interests and Anti-Assignment Clause Overrides under Article 9

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Recorded on: Jan. 13, 2017

PENELOPE L. CHRISTOPHOROU: Good morning again, everyone. We are recommencing with a discussion first of the filing system, which will be presented by Darrel W. Pierce, who is from Dykema in Ann Arbor. Darrell's practice focuses in the area of commercial and corporate finance law, regularly representing lenders and their agents. He is the expert on filing rules, no doubt. He has participated, among other things, as chair of the Article 9 Filing Project ...

Basic Building Blocks of UCC Article 9

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Recorded on: Jan. 13, 2017

KENNETH CHIN: Our first two speakers need no introduction. So we have-- but I'll give you a brief one anyway. We have Steve Weise, who's a Proskauer Rose. He is more-- among his many illustrious credentials, he was a member of the permanent editorial board for the UCC. I'll get back to what that means later. Ed Smith, who is at Morgan Lewis and Bockius also has many impressive and long credentials, and he, too, is a member of the permanent editorial ...

Getting Ready for the Hague Securities Convention

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Recorded on: Jan. 18, 2017

Taken from the briefing Getting Ready for the Hague Securities Convention recorded January, 2017 in New York. This Briefing will focus on the Hague Securities Convention expected to become effective in the United States on April 1, 2017. The Convention contains choice of law rules for intermediated securities that will preempt the choice of law rules for intermediated securities in Articles 8 and 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code. Sandra M. Rocks ...

Getting Ready for the Hague Securities Convention

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Recorded on: Jan. 24, 2017

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Sandy Rocks. SANDRA ROCKS: Thank you so much, and welcome everyone. So by way of 30 seconds introduction, both Ed and I are no longer young, and we've been at this for decades-- principally in the field of commercial law. Subspecialties on secured financing, financial market activity, with a special interest in Uniform Commercial Code, and related international commercial legal regimes ...

Asset Based Financing Strategies 2017

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From the program: Asset Based Financing Strategies 2017

Released on: Feb. 14, 2017

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 borrow funds against their own assets as collateral to generate cash for working capital and capital acquisitions without disturbing equity ownership. In structuring these loans, asset-based ...

Inventory Financing

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

R. MARSHALL GRODNER: All right, then, I'm going to talk. Well, good morning. As you can tell, I'm the token southern boy on this panel, so excuse my accent, please. We're going to talk a little bit now about inventory financing, which is one aspect of asset based lending. So first, when-- later on, we'll talk about equipment financing, which is also a part of asset based lending. But it's important here to distinguish between equipment and inventory. Now, ...

Equipment Financing

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

CHRISTINE GOULD HAMM: Let's hope that equipment is easier than accounts receivable. From my perspective it is. So we'll see if you agree at the end. Equipment financing is something that many of you may touch, even if you're not a finance lawyer. I've been in-house with an equipment finance company for about five or six years. And before that, I worked for banks, as well as different companies. And so I had the perspective of both representing a borrower ...

Priority and Enforcement

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

EDWIN SMITH: We're going to spend some time on enforcement of security interests against collateral, but most of the time, we're going to be talking about intercreditor agreements. Now let me just give you a very, very short summary of the enforcement rules of Article 9. They're all contained in Part 6, and they're triggered by a debtor's default. Article 9 doesn't define what a default is. It's left to the agreement of the parties, so typically, ...

Receivables Financing

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2017

EDWIN E. SMITH: I've introduced Scott Lessne to you before. He's going to talk about receivables financing. And then we also have with us on my far right Christine Gould Hamm, who is a senior counsel at Wells Fargo Bank, to talk to us on equipment financing as soon as Scott is done. So Scott, you're up. SCOTT A. LESSNE: Good. Thank you, Ed. Good morning, everyone. Thank you for joining us. So I'm going to be talking about a second aspect of asset-based ...

22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

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From the program: 22nd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute

Released on: Apr. 7, 2017

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently celebrated its fifth anniversary and the consumer financial services industry is struggling to keep pace with the CFPB’s extraordinary number of regulatory and enforcement initiatives.  At the same time, other federal and state regulators and attorneys general are ramping up their activity.  All of these developments have resulted in a sea change in how the industry is treating ...

Ethics in Banking and Financial Services 2017

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From the program: Ethics in Banking and Financial Services 2017

Released on: Aug. 3, 2017

An expert faculty will review and provide practical guidance on current ethical issues faced by attorneys working in banking and financial services. You will learn: Confidentiality issues when representing banking and financial services clients Ethical issues in internal investigations Ethical concerns when representing multinational clients Whistleblower remedies for corporate counsel Current issues involving ...

Hot Topics in Mergers & Acquisitions 2017

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From the program: Hot Topics in Mergers & Acquisitions 2017

Released on: Sep. 27, 2017

In 2016, M&A activity, whether measured by deal volume or the aggregate value of deals, sustained the robust pace set in 2015.  In the U.S., 2016 also saw a near-record number of broken deals, some blocked by a more active regulatory regime.  The impact of the U.S. election results and the UK Brexit is still unfolding. In this quickly evolving and uncertain environment, it is critical for dealmakers and their counsel to stay abreast ...


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