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Highlighted by crucial coverage of the scope and impact of the Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, the new Fifth Edition of Asset-Based Lending provides you with today's most lucid and authoritative information on the lending techniques, principal documents, potential risks, and risk-management strategies at the heart of secured financing. Expanded coverage in the Fifth Edition includes new chapters on: - Overview of Revised Article 9 - Revised Article 9 Transition Rules - and Intellectual Property Financing. Crucial to helping you implement the right techniques at the right time, Asset-Based Lending shows you how Revised Article 9 is making transaction terms and procedures more user-friendly and helps pave your way to more problem-free transactions. Even more, Asset-Based Lending will help you understand: - the features, uses, advantages, drawbacks, mechanics, and risks of every lending technique - master drafting issues specific to chattel paper, letters of credit, and commitment letters - ensure you avoid such common pitfalls as fraudulent conveyances, competing liens, bankruptcy, lender liability, and snafus associated with closings - exploit protective devices such as covenants, participations, and subordinations - while bringing you a wealth of time-saving documents, checklists, and charts to expedite sound drafting.
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John Francis Hilson is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP. His practice areas include asset-based finance, commercial finance, secured and unsecured finance, loan workouts, letters of credit, interest and usury, and foreclosures. Jeffrey S. Turner was counsel to Kaye Scholer LLP, resident in its Los Angeles, California office. He handled complex credit transactions for major financial institutions, and borrowers, both domestic and international.Review:
[Asset-Based Lending represents] a lifetime of practical experienced synthesized into a useful and readable book. --New York Law Journal
[Asset-Based Lending does] an excellent job of covering this topic in one book. --Corporate Counsel s Commercial Law Adviser
[Asset-Based Lending] is a polished gem that deftly brings into focus the major issues. --The Secured Lender
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Book Description Practising Law Institute, 1999. Condition: Used: Good. NOTE: this is the 4th Edition. text clean, no spine creases. Sold by a UK seller. Seller Inventory # 290--0770