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SECURITY AGREEMENTS: ISSUES TO CONSIDER AND MISTAKES TO AVOID


--- 1.0 AZ,CA,CO,CT,FL,GA,ID,IL,NC,NH,NJ,NY,NV,OH,OR,PA,TX,VA,WA
--- commercial / consumer law
--- course production date: 2/6/2017
--- presented by MARC KLYMAN

MARC KLYMAN
This CLE course covers security agreements and security interests. The course includes a discussion of the covenants, representations and warranties and other aspects of security agreements, including a review of a sample security agreement.

The course addresses various methods for perfecting security interests and covers remedies that are available when a borrower defaults. The course also discusses various mistakes that have been made in connection with security agreements and how to avoid those mistakes.

Key course points are:
• Learn the key elements of a properly drafted security agreement.
• Become aware of mistakes that others have made, and how to avoid those mistakes.
• Understand whether your security interest is enforceable.
• Learn the different ways to perfect a security interest.
• Understand the remedies that are available under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code.


--- presented by MARC KLYMAN

Marc L. Klyman is a shareholder in the law firm of Vedder Price.

Mr. Klyman is experienced in a wide range of lending and capital markets transactions. He has represented lenders and borrowers in transactions secured by receivables, inventory, real estate and other assets. He also has worked on the securitization of aircraft leases, aircraft loans, auto leases, auto loans, credit card receivables, dealer floorplan receivables, equipment leases, equipment loans, health care receivables, marine container leases, mortgage loans, railcar leases, recreational vehicle loans, senior settlements (life insurance policies), ship loans, structured settlements (litigation settlements), student loans, tax liens and trade receivables.

Mr. Klyman has represented clients in connection with various distressed transactions, including workouts or restructurings of transactions involving an advertising agency, an automobile finance company, a construction company, a department store chain, a factoring firm, a health care finance company and a mining company.

Mr. Klyman received his B.A. from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from Harvard Law School.