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New York's Proposed UCC Amendments: Will New York pass legislative amendments to bring its Uniform Commercial Code in line with the rest of the country? (PDF)

New York's Proposed UCC Amendments: Will New York pass legislative amendments to bring its Uniform Commercial Code in line with the rest of the country? (PDF)

New York's Antiquated UCC: In June 2013 legislation was proposed that would modernize New York's UCC, making a wholesale modification of Articles 3 and 4 governing negotiable instruments and bank procedures.

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Professor Margit Livingston on Article 9 Secured Parties vs. Lien Creditors Post-Default (PDF)

Professor Margit Livingston on Article 9 Secured Parties vs. Lien Creditors Post-Default (PDF)

In a recent case involving garnishment of accounts receivable by a lien creditor (i.e., cash transfers), the secured party was able to prevail over the lien creditor by persuading the court to adopt the "trace and recapture" approach to the transfers that were made post-default.

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Professor Margit Livingston on Equitable Marshaling of U.C.C. Article 9 Security Interests (PDF)

Professor Margit Livingston on Equitable Marshaling of U.C.C. Article 9 Security Interests (PDF)

Plaintiff obtained a default judgment against Artemis Technologies and then sought to enforce that judgment serving writs of garnishment on their customers, who were the account debtors on the defendant's accounts receivable. For some reason the Bank with a prior perfected security interest had a problem with this and intervened.

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Professor Margit Livingston on Legal Malpractice for Failure to File a U.C.C. Article 9 Financing Statement (PDF)

Professor Margit Livingston on Legal Malpractice for Failure to File a U.C.C. Article 9 Financing Statement (PDF)

Every secured party's nightmare is the realization that it forgot to file a financing statement in the appropriate public office to perfect its security interest. Sometimes that nightmare extends to the secured party's attorney, who may find herself facing a legal malpractice claim for failing to properly perfect a client's security interest.

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The Consolidation of the Civil and Commercial Codes in Argentina: Material Amendments to the Companies' Law (PDF)

The Consolidation of the Civil and Commercial Codes in Argentina: Material Amendments to the Companies' Law (PDF)

The Argentine Congress recently passed major legislation consolidating the Argentine Civil and Commercial Codes into a single comprehensive Code, effective August 1, 2015.

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