Sale of Goods and UCC Remedies: Rejection, Revocation, Nonconforming Goods, Cover, Seller's Right to Cure
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will address the issues regarding UCC remedies in sales contracts. The panel will go over best practices in tailoring sales contracts to avoid the most costly remedies and conflicts that persist under UCC-2. The panel will discuss how buyers and sellers must act when rejecting items, when receiving nonconforming goods, and when and how a seller can use the right to cure.
- UCC-2 overview
- Seller right to cure
The panel will address these and other key issues:
- How do remedies under the UCC vary from typical contractual remedies?
- What are the requirements for rejection by a buyer of delivered goods?
- When and how can a buyer revoke nonconforming goods?
- When does a seller have a right to cure defective, delivered goods?
Mr. Arora concentrates his practice on business litigation and complex domestic and international corporate transaction... | Read More
Mr. Arora concentrates his practice on business litigation and complex domestic and international corporate transaction matters. His robust general counsel practice focuses on preventative counseling and solid business structuring. Mr. Arora routinely advises online businesses to protect their intellectual property, establish clear internal guidelines and procedures, negotiate commercial contracts, navigate regulatory compliance issues, handle other high-stakes business matters, and resolve controversies through litigation or different forms of alternative dispute resolution.Close
Nicholas J. Ellis
Foley & Lardner
Mr. Ellis’ practice focuses on manufacturing and supply chain disputes, UCC, warranty claims, contract law, and... | Read More
Mr. Ellis’ practice focuses on manufacturing and supply chain disputes, UCC, warranty claims, contract law, and business tort law. He also routinely counsels clients on a variety of commercial contract issues. He is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice and the Automotive Industry Team. Mr. Ellis has experience litigating disputes in state and federal courts on a wide range of matters, including warranty claims, breach of contract, tortious interference, misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of non-compete agreements, and other complex commercial disputes.Close
Andrew B. Fromm
Brooks Wilkins Sharkey & Turco
Mr. Fromm specializes in business contracts, litigation, supply chain agreements, negotiations, disputes, warranty and... | Read More
Mr. Fromm specializes in business contracts, litigation, supply chain agreements, negotiations, disputes, warranty and recall litigation, and state and federal compliance issues. He has successfully represented and counseled clients in a significant number of state and federal lawsuits, arbitrations, and multiple consumer class actions. Mr. Fromm also has extensive experience in representing multiple Fortune 500 corporations, automotive companies, manufacturing companies, and private clients throughout all phases of complex litigation involving product liability, wrongful death, negligence, contract, warranty, and indemnity disputes, insurance-coverage disputes, and compliance and regulatory issues involving various state and federal agencies.Close