Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code controls the status of a creditor's interest in personal property collateral, including tangible property like equipment and intangible collateral like accounts. Determining the status of secured claims is a critical part of a restructuring, a workout or a bankruptcy. Effective July 1, 2013, in most states, new rules will change the way restructuring advisors and other professionals will evaluate secured claims. This program reviews some of the most significant new rules, especially those regarding correct debtor name, and works through hypothetical cases to illustrate effects of the changed rules.
Lawrence R. Ahern III, Partner, Brown & Ahern
|CPE Credit||Recommended, 1 CPE Credit hour(s), field of study—Accounting - Technical;|
|Knowledge level||Basic—Most beneficial to CPAs and other financial advisors new to a skill or attribute, including individuals at staff or entry level in an organization as well as seasoned professionals who desire increased knowledge in the subject matter.|
|Additional Info||Online registration and payment of fee will allow materials to sent to the participant’s email address and the participant must submit request for CPE credit after completing the requirements (instructions enclosed with materials). Presenters’ PowerPoint slides for reference are included with materials. If unable to register online, participants may call AIRA’s office at (541) 858-1665 to order.|
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