The Aftermath of the CARES Act: What Lenders and Borrowers Need to Know
June 18, 2020
The CARES Act impacted the credit markets and credit facilities in numerous, and some unexpected, ways. The purpose of this CLE Program is to provide up to date information regarding how the CARES Act has affected the credit markets and credit facilities. Specifically, we will deal with the response of the credit markets to the CARES Act and the regulatory response thereto. The Program will also discuss the specific issues arising in credit facilities in general as result of the CARES Act, and the actions of Lenders and Borrowers as result. Last, we will present some of the documentary concerns arising out of both the response of the credit markets and the specific issues in credit facilities. The Program is a collaboration between the Commercial Finance Committee’s Syndication and Lender Relations, Secured Lending and Loan Documentation Subcommittees, together with the Secured Transactions Subcommittee of the Uniform Commercial Code Committee.
- Robert Marshall Grodner (moderator), McGlinchey Stafford PLLC, Baton Rouge, LA
- Jessica Rissmiller (moderator), Eversheds Sutherland, Atlanta, GA
- Tess Virmani (moderator), Loan Syndications & Trading Association, New York, NY
- Linda Filardi (moderator), Capital One, N.A., New York, NY
- Peter Wasserman (moderator), JP Morgan/Chase, New York, NY
- Carolyn Z. Alford, King & Spalding LLP, Atlanta, GA
- Shawn Rafferty, Eversheds Sutherland, Atlanta, GA
- Douglas Landy, Milbank, New York, NY
- Nicholas Smith, Milbank, Washington, DC
- Matthew Edward Schernecke, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, New York, NY
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