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The Advanced Legal Issues Workshop is a three-day forum covering a variety of major legal concerns for asset-based lending professionals. Designed specifically for non-attorneys, the Workshop aims to increase participants' working knowledge of the legal principles that affect their jobs. The Workshop combines interactive discussion with both real-life and hypothetical casework.


The Workshop Covers:

- Multi-lender Transactions
- Subordination
- Documentation
- Fraudulent Conveyance
- Bankruptcy
- Lender Liability and many other issues
- A "Hot Topics" section is included to cover pertinent cases and developments in commercial law and regulation

“I learned about intercreditor issues, stock purchase vs. asset purchase scenarios, fraudulent conveyance and lender liability issues. The case studies were great.”


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Program Level:
Advanced
Recommended For
: Senior Managers, Account Managers, Loan Officers, New Business staff, Credit Officers and others with a minimum of five years of asset-based lending experience.
Continuing Education Credits available.

Program Outline

Introduction
Overview of current legal climate in asset-based financial services industry

Legal Aspects of Multi-lender Transactions
Role of the lead lender
Agency law
Managing the credit
Negotiation & Documentation
Participation agreements

Subordination & other Intercreditor Issues
Interrelationship among senior debt, subordinated debt & equity
Negotiation & Documentation
Intercreditor Agreements

Legal Aspects of the Deal Structure
Fraudulent Conveyance
Bankruptcy
Value and Good Faith Concepts
Other Solvency issues

Lender Liability
Lender Liability Law
Recognition of situations associated with Lender Liability and techniques for avoidance
Fact patterns from recent Lender Liability cases

Practicum
Comprehensive case enabling participants to apply previously covered legal issues to their own job situations

General Issues/Hot Topics
Discussion of current topics from articles previously distributed to participants

Summary