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VLP Law Group Presents a Free Webinar: The Nuts and Bolts of Secured Transactions Law

Posted on Sep 18, 2017 in Events by VLP Law Group

VLP Law Group LLP is pleased to announce an upcoming free webinar:

The Nuts and Bolts of Secured Transactions Law

Date:   September 27, 2017
Time:  10 a.m. (PST) / 1 p.m. (EST)

Register Now!

Secured transactions law – the law governing the creation and perfection of security interests in personal property – may seem daunting to the uninitiated. Join VLP Counsel Barry Graynor as he guides you through the nuts and bolts of secured transactions law. Every business lawyer should understand the basics of this practice area.

What You Will Learn

Commercial lending lawyer Barry Graynor will discuss the following legal issues in secured transactions law:

  • How to create a valid security interest in personal property.
  • How to perfect the security interest.
  • Leases vs. secured transactions.
  • Subordination and intercreditor issues.
  • Anti-assignment provisions in licenses and other agreements.
  • Overlap with real estate law – fixtures, notes secured by real estate mortgages.

Intended Audience

CEOs, CFOs, General Counsel, In-house Counsel, and business owners.

Speaker

Barry Graynor is a Counsel in the firm’s Commercial Lending Group. His practice focuses mainly on documenting and negotiating bank loans to privately held companies. He also represents equipment leasing clients.

This is a free event. Click here to register now.

After registering, you will receive confirmation along with detailed instructions to access the webinar.

VLP Law Group LLP is an approved sponsor provider for continuing legal education in California. VLP Law Group LLP certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California. This activity will qualify for 1 hour of MCLE credit. The activity will not qualify for any credit in the areas of legal ethics, elimination of bias or substance abuse.

This invitation is an advertisement for a sponsored event; it is not intended to provide specific legal advice or to establish an attorney-client relationship.