EIA: Commercial Law  Category

   
Did the U.S. Supreme Court Miss the Boat in Its Latest Definition of a Boat? (PDF)

Did the U.S. Supreme Court Miss the Boat in Its Latest Definition of a Boat? (PDF)

The U.S. Supreme Court recently defined again what a boat is, as distinguished from non-vessel personal property.

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Livingston on Unauthorized Filing of Termination Statements under U.C.C. Article 9 (PDF)

Livingston on Unauthorized Filing of Termination Statements under U.C.C. Article 9 (PDF)

In a recent bankruptcy case, the secured creditors, to their horror, found that they erroneously allowed the debtor to file a termination statement although the debtor still owed millions of dollars on the associated transaction.

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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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Observations on Financing Small Businesses' Exports (PDF)

Observations on Financing Small Businesses' Exports (PDF)

Highlights some of the tools that may be available to a practictioner that will wish to be familiar with letters of credit and other protective devices that will guarantee that the client ultimately receives payment for the shipped goods.

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

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

The first job for any secured party seeking to have an enforceable and perfectible security interest is to achieve attachment.

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