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Commercial Lending Litigation News

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Format: Newsletter
Brand: LRP
Copyright: 2018
Service #: 30572904
Sub #: 30572905
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: No updating

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Commercial Lending Litigation News

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Commercial Lending Litigation News is the only resource of its kind to provide in-depth coverage of significant commercial lending and creditor's rights opinions nationwide. This newsletter reports on recent disputes in:

  • Commercial construction
  • Commercial real estate lending
  • Commercial bankruptcy
  • Business expansion
  • Takeovers
  • Merger and acquisition contractual financing
  • And more

It clarifies complex statutes and regulations and addresses essential topics such as court interpretation of revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code and the effects of BAPCPA.

You'll also find coverage of current trends, as well as expert commentary from our unique editorial board and other expert litigators on unique causes of action and defenses to help you fine-tune your strategies.

Features

  • Includes expert commentary on unique causes of action and defenses to help you fine-tune your strategies
  • Provides concise case summaries to save research time
  • Highlights the legal and practice issues attorneys are regularly encountering, helping you allocate resources wisely
  • Reports on the most recent commercial lending cases to keep you current
  • Focuses exclusively on commercial lending litigation, so you don't have to dig for the information you need
  • Helps you better understand this complex area of law with easy-to-follow summaries and explanations
  • Alerts you to trends in this area of law, so you can anticipate what judges will find persuasive