Ethics Issues for Bankers and Lawyers With Secured Transactions
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Secured lenders carry a heavy burden in ensuring that their interests are properly preserved under the Uniform Commercial Code.
This webinar will help lenders and their attorneys address some of the ethical issues that face secured creditors in perfecting and enforcing their bargained for interests.
Address the recent and controversial decisions of the Second Circuit and Delaware Supreme Court regarding the filing of UCC3 termination statements to prevent catastrophic errors.
To enable lenders and their counsel better determine when the line might be crossed, the outer boundaries of the secured creditors rights to repossess and sell the collateral will be explored.
Review the myriad of problems faced by lenders when the debtor relocates so that lenders can make certain that they do not lose their security interests and their attorneys can avert malpractice claims.
The GM Case and UCC3 Termination Statements. Avoiding a Big Mistake
Escaping Liability for the Repo Man
- Duty to File
- What Constitutes Authorization to File
- Impact of an Unauthorized Filing
Relocation of the Debtor: Pitfalls for the Unwary Lender
- Breach of the Peace. How Far Can the Lender Go?
- Commercially Reasonable Disposition of Collateral
About The Presenter
- Grace Period for RePerfection
- Corporate Conversion
- Movement of Collateral
Richard A. Barkasy
- Partner in the Philadelphia and Wilmington offices of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP
- Member of the Firm’s Executive Committee and co-chair of the Firm’s Creditors’ Rights and Corporate Restructuring Practice Group
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of creditors’ rights, corporate bankruptcy and complex commercial litigation
- Adjunct professor at Rutgers University School of Law Camden, teaching courses in Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy, Business Organizations and Construction Law
- Conducts regular seminars on creditors’ rights and bankruptcy topics
- J.D. degree, with honors, Rutgers University School of Law; B.A. degree in English and history
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