A free 1-hour CLE seminar* for attorneys, paralegals, and other legal/financial professionals involved in M&A, finance and secured transactions.
October 3rd, 2018
9:30 AM – 10:35 AM
Executive Conference Center
American Management Association (AMA) Building
1601 Broadway, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10019
There has been a dramatic shift in the last 20 years in the value of intellectual property assets held by companies versus tangible property assets. Best practices have evolved to ensure that the ever increasing value of IP assets is properly addressed in the due diligence process. As a result, modern public record due diligence includes searching for UCCs, tax liens, judgment liens, bankruptcy, litigation and intellectual property (IP).
This program covers what to search, where to search, and what name(s) to search for thorough public record due diligence. We will discuss different types of intellectual property and liens to assist searchers in gathering the information required to make important decisions in financial transactions.
THIS COURSE HAS BEEN APPROVED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NYS CLE BOARD
Topics covered include
What to Search
- UCC liens under Article 9.
- State tax, federal tax and judgement liens.
- Intellectual property.
Where to Search
- Individual vs. entity names.
- Central and/or county/local searches based on type of lien.
- Tips for searching IP liens.
Case Law Highlights
- Common errors causing insufficient and misleading financing statements.
How Search Logic Affects Results
- Review of model administrative rules.
For more information, contact Maria Guerrero: 800.221.0102, ext. 1135
Advance registration is REQUIRED