The UCC for Lenders
Gain a thorough understanding of UCC secured lending transactions and how they work. This webinar provides a comprehensive overview, including perfecting security interests, documentation, filing, analysis of lien positions, common mistakes, and more.
This program is a comprehensive Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) secured lending program for persons new to banking and is also recommended as a refresher. Perfecting a valid, enforceable security interest on various types of commercial and consumer collateral is the focus, including documentation, filings, and analysis of lien positions.
- Overview and UCC definitions
- Article 9 secured transactions
- Perfection and attachment
- Rules of priority
- UCC forms and how they work: UCC-1, UCC-3, UCC-5, UCC-11
- Common mistakes: debtor names, collateral descriptions, filing locations
- Titled assets
- Special rules for intellectual property
- Special filing offices
Who Should Attend?
Lenders, loan support staff, and loan quality personnel at any level
Robin Russell has practiced law for 30 years and is licensed in Texas, New York, and Massachusetts. She is a fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy and of the American Law Institute. She combines a depth of experience in bankruptcy restructuring and litigation with financial transactions. She has represented corporate debtors, independent directors, liquidating trustees, bondholders, unsecured creditors’ committees, bank groups, private equity funds, landlords, trade creditors, and bidders for estate assets in Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. She has also represented banks, institutional lenders, and corporate borrowers in commercial loan transactions and debt restructurings.
Russell is the principal author of Thomson Reuters’ Texas Practice Guides for both Creditors’ Rights and Financial Transactions and the Texas Bankers Association’s Texas Secured Lending Guide, Texas Problem Loan Guide, Texas Real Estate Lending Guide, and Texas Account Documentation Guide. She is a frequent speaker on banking, bankruptcy, and financial restructuring related topics and has served as a Chapter 7 Trustee. Russell received her LL.M. in banking law from Boston University and her J.D. from Baylor University where she was editor-in-chief of the Baylor Law Review and the highest ranking graduate in her class. She clerked for the Texas Supreme Court before beginning her legal career.
- Live Access, 30 Days OnDemand Playback, Presenter Materials and Handouts – $279
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