Security Interests in Uncommon Collateral: IP, Insurance Policies, Agricultural Products, Maritime Vessels
Navigating Attachment, Perfection, and Priority Under the UCC, Federal and State Law
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will examine the attachment and perfection of security interests in various types of unusual collateral. The panel will discuss the laws and protocols beyond Article 9 of the UCC that come into play when perfecting interests in trademarks, copyrights, insurance policies, agricultural produce, securities, maritime vessels, and motor vehicles.
- Creating and perfecting security interests in uncommon collateral under the UCC
- Special issues governed by other statutes, regulations, and treaties
- Intellectual property
- Insurance policies and proceeds
- Agricultural products
- Motor vehicles
- Maritime vessels
- Resolving issues involving preemption or superseding law
- Pitfalls to avoid and best practices
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What uncommon collateral can be subject to federal or state law impacting methods of creation and perfection of secured interests?
- What are the potential pitfalls for secured parties seeking attachment, perfection, and priority of secured interests in uncommon collateral?
- What are the superseding or preemption issues that counsel should understand?
Daniel H. Ennis
Parker Hudson Rainer & Dobbs
Mr. Ennis is a banking attorney with a singular focus on closing lending transactions. He has worked with banks,... | Read More
Mr. Ennis is a banking attorney with a singular focus on closing lending transactions. He has worked with banks, finance companies, and other lenders to provide the secured debt necessary to power growing businesses across the U.S. and internationally. Having a concentration in lending work, Mr. Ennis helps his clients through transactions with a wide range of size and complexity. His deals include single-lender and syndicated credit facilities, often secured by real and personal property.Close
Associate General Counsel
Corporation Service Company
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Mr. Hodnefield is a frequent speaker on Revised Article 9 search and filing issues who has written several articles and white papers on the subject that have been published in The Secured Lender, NPRRA Record, as well as in CSCFlashTM. Mr. Hodnefield is an active participant in the International Association of Commercial Administrators (IACA) Secured Transactions Section and formerly served on the Board of Directors of the National Public Records Research Association. In addition to his role at CSC, Mr. Hodnefield has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, where he taught courses on public records and business ethics. Prior to joining CSC, he was President of US Corporate Services, a national UCC service provider.Close
Dean T. Kirby, Jr.
Kirby & McGuinn
Mr. Kirby represents lenders, creditors and fiduciaries in bankruptcy, foreclosure commercial collection,... | Read More
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