Beyond the Promise to Pay: How Security Interests Help Ensure a Successful Lending Transaction
January 26, 2017
Even a well-drafted loan agreement can spell losses for your lending clients if the borrower fails to pay or becomes insolvent. To help avert such problems, many lenders take a UCC Article 9 security interest in the borrower's personal property assets (including inventory, equipment, receivables and/or investment securities). This lively, practical program will introduce you to the fundamentals of UCC Article 9 and make clear the power of the statute's central provisions.
- Carl S. Bjerre (moderator), University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, OR
- Penelope L. Christophorou, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP, New York, NY
- Steven N. Leitess, Silverman Thompson Slutkin White LLC, Baltimore, MD
Presented by: Uniform Commercial Code Committee
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