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Webcast: Reimagining the UCC in Your Practice: A Groundbreaking Approach to Interpreting the UCC
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5/2/2014
When: Friday, May 2
10:30 a.m.
Where: Webcast Only
Contact: Larry Schultz
612-752-6622

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6.5 CLE credit applied for this program.

How do you take one of the most complicated bodies of law in the U.S.—the Uniform Commercial Code—and make it not only comprehensible but entertaining? Attending this seminar is the only way to find out! The UCC governs virtually every phase of a transaction in goods, as well as payment systems used in these transactions and in commerce generally. Robert LeVine, author of The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy, will provide you with a solid working knowledge of the meaning of the text of the UCC. Develop an understanding of how the various articles of the UCC fit together. Gain key strategies for drafting documents and litigating matters within the scope of the UCC. Attorneys with this knowledge will have a significant advantage at every phase of a transaction governed by the UCC, whether it is transactional, in litigation, or during the ongoing business process.

AGENDA

10:30        Article 1: General Provisions
  • Pervasive policies of the UCC
  • Drafting and litigation

11:30        Article 2: Sales

  • Specialized and general contracts
  • Warranties
  • Shipping terms and risk of loss
  • Performance obligations

12:30        Break      

12:45        Article 2A: Lease
  • Transfers of leased property
  • True lease vs. lease intended as security
  • Finance leases

1:15        Article 7: Documents of Title

  • Bill of lading and warehouse receipt
  • Electronic documents of title
  • Negotiable and nonnegotiable documents of title
2:00        Lunch

3:00       Article 9: Secured Transactions
  • Enforceability, perfection, priority, and assignments of security interest
  • After-acquired collateral
  • Use or disposition of collateral by debtor

4:00       Article 3: Negotiable Instruments

  • Negotiation of instruments
  • Special and restrictive endorsements
  • Holder in due course
  • Obligation of parties
  • Lost, stolen, or destroyed instruments
  • Alteration, dishonor, and discharge of instrument

4:45       Break 

5:00       Article 4: Bank Deposits and Collections

  • Time of receipt of item
  • Collection of items: depository and collecting banks
  • Transfer and presentment warranties
  • Stop-payment orders
  • Bank and customer relationship

5:30       Article 4A: Funds Transfer

  • Security procedures
  • Execution of senders payment
  • Manner, time, and effect of payment order

6:00       Article 5: Letters of Credit

  • Letter of credit requirements
  • Issuance, amendment, cancellation, duration
  • Issuer’s rights and obligations under letter of credit

6:30       Adjourn


Featuring: Robert M. LeVine, Miami, Florida. Mr. LeVine is the author of The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy, a revolutionary approach to the teaching of law. After graduation from the University of Chicago School of Law, Levine began his legal career with the Miami, Florida, law firm Shutts & Bowen, where his responsibilities included all UCC-related matters. Mr. LeVine later became a professor of law at the University of Miami School of Law, where he taught courses on all phases of the UCC, as well as the Federal Regulation of Banking. Mr. LeVine has presented CLE seminars to county bar associations throughout the state of California and to the ABA. Mr. Levine also delivered a seminar, through an interpreter, to the first delegation of attorneys from mainland China to visit the United States. For the past ten years, Mr. Levine has taught commercial law as an adjunct professor at Stetson University College of Law.

 

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