UCC Article 9 Amendments: Operating Under the New Rules
Navigating New Secured Lending Rules, Filing and Search Procedures, and Due Diligence Practices for Lenders
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will brief commercial finance attorneys on changes under UCC Article 9 amendments and outline how practitioners should adjust their search methods and due diligence practices in light of the new rules.
Key changes in the Article 9 amendments
- Filing procedures
- Filing rules for trusts
- Searching methods
- Debtor’s name
- Change in debtor’s location or merger
- National forms
- Due diligence practices
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the key changes in the UCC Article 9 amended rules?
- How do the new rules provide greater protection for after-acquired assets if the debtor changes location or merges?
- What pitfalls do lenders face if they are not prepared to navigate the amended rules properly?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
The Caiaccio Law Firm
Mr. Caiaccio concentrates his practice in all aspects of commercial real estate law. His expertise extends to the... | Read More
Mr. Caiaccio concentrates his practice in all aspects of commercial real estate law. His expertise extends to the business side of real estate investment as a result of his long-standing relationships with sponsors, lenders, developers and investors. He is a frequent lecturer on topics involving commercial real estate law and has published on issues related to the UCC article 9.Close
Professor Neil B. Cohen
Jeffrey D. Forchelli Professor of Law
Mr. Cohen teaches courses in domestic and international commercial law, contracts, and constitutional law. For... | Read More
Mr. Cohen teaches courses in domestic and international commercial law, contracts, and constitutional law. For two decades, he has been a key participant in major domestic and international law reform projects with respect to commercial transactions. He currently serves as the Director of Research of the Permanent Editorial Board for the Uniform Commercial Code.Close
Richard R. Gleissner
Gleissner Law Firm
Mr. Gleissner is certified by the South Carolina Supreme Court as a specialist in bankruptcy and debtor-creditor... | Read More
Mr. Gleissner is certified by the South Carolina Supreme Court as a specialist in bankruptcy and debtor-creditor law. He has extensive experience representing creditors, debtors, and trustees in bankruptcy and in representing litigants in South Carolina state and federal courts. He is a frequent lecturer and author on various topics associated with commercial law.Close