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Reimagining the UCC in Your Practice: A Groundbreaking Approach to Interpreting the UCC

Date(s) & Location(s)

Oklahoma City
February 7, 2014

Oklahoma Bar Center
1901 N. Lincoln Blvd.
           

CLE Credit

This course has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 8 hours of mandatory CLE credit, including 0 hours of ethics.

Tuition

$225 for early-bird registrations with payment received at least four full business days prior to  the seminar date; $250 for registrations with payment received within four full business days of the seminar date.  To receive a $10 live program discount register below.

Each participant will receive a copy of LeVine's 500-page book, The Uniform Commercial Code Made Easy, a $60 value!.

Program Planner/Moderator

Robert M. LeVine, JD
Here is what past attendees of his seminars have to say:        

"It was excellent.  Robert LeVine was very engaging.”                                                                          

       “Great job of communicating the material and breaking the code down into understandable elements."     

                    “One of the best CLEs I’ve been to!  Great speaker and good info!”

 “The speaker’s offer of future assistance on UCC issues was completely unexpected and likely worth the cost of the seminar.”

Schedule

8:00 a.m.  Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 Article 1: General Provisions
  • Scope and key definitions
  • Pervasive polices of the UCC
  • Drafting and Litigation
9:35 Break
9:45 Article 2: Sales
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Contracts in general
  • Specialized contracts
  • Warranties
  • Shipping terms and risk of loss
  • Performance obligations
  • Breach, repudiation and excuse
  • Remedies
  • Key Provisions for drafting and litigation
10:35 Article 2A: Leases
  • Scope
  • Similarities between Article 2 & Article 2A
  • Key differences between Article 2 & Article 2A
  • Transfers of leased property
  • True lease vs. lease intended as security
  • Finance leases
11:05 Break
11:15 Article 7: Documents of Title
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Bill of lading & warehouse receipts
  • Electronic documents of title
  • Negotiable and nonnegotiable documents of title
  • Negotiation of tangible documents of title
  • Negotiation of electronic documents of title
11:55 Networking lunch (included in registration)
12:25 Article 9: Secured Transactions
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Enforceability, perfection, priority & assignments of security interest
  • After-acquired collateral
  • Future advances
  • Use or disposition of collateral by debtor
  • Filing of the financing statement
  • Duration of financing statement; lapse
1:25 Article 3: Negotiable Instruments
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Negotiation of instruments
  • Special and restrictive endorsements
  • Person entitled to enforce instrument
  • Holder in due course
  • Obligation of parties
  • Lost, stolen or destroyed instruments
  • Alteration, dishonor & discharge of instrument
2:05 Break
2:15 Article 4: Bank Deposits and Collections
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Time of receipt of item
  • Collection of items: depository and collecting banks
  • Transfer and presentment warranties
  • Collection of items: payor banks
  • Relationship between bank and its customer
  • Stop payment orders
  • Collection of documentary drafts
2:40 Article 5: Letters of Credit
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Letter of credit defined
  • Formal requirements of letter of credit
  • Issuance, amendment, cancellation & duration
  • Issuer’s rights & obligations under letter of credit
3:10 Article 4A: Funds Transfers
  • Scope & key definitions
  • Fund transfers defined
  • Security procedures
  • Execution of sender’s payment order by receiving bank
  • Manner, time & effect of payment order
3:50 Final Thoughts
4:10 Adjourn

 

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations will be accepted at any time prior to the seminar date; however, a $25 fee will be charged for cancellations made within four full business days of the seminar date. Cancellations, refunds, or transfers will not be accepted on or after the seminar date.