Navigating UCC Perfection, Bankruptcy Risks and Conflicting State Statutes
This CLE webinar discusses the formation and structuring of series LLCs and examine the issues and risks lenders face in loan transactions involving series LLCs, including UCC Article 9, Bankruptcy Code and treatment of series LLCs under state statutes. For more information, please click here.
Shannon Frazier is a partner in Morris James' Business Transactions, Strategic Planning and Counseling Practice. She renders legal advice to Delaware business entities in the areas of formation, operation, and governance of statutory and common law trusts, limited liability companies, series entities, partnerships, and corporations. She also represents banks, trustees, financial institutions, and other parties in securitization, private equity, structured finance, and secured transactions, and offers third-party legal opinions in these matters. In her work with financial clients, Shannon has served as counsel to state and national banking institutions, advising them in a range of transactions. These include asset-backed securitization, structured finance, project finance, equipment finance, traditional leveraged lease, trust preferred, and cross-border financial transactions.
Jonathan G. Strauss is a partner in Morris James’ Business Transactions, Strategic Planning and Counseling Practice. He counsels clients on the formation, use, and governance of limited liability companies, statutory and common law trusts, partnerships, and corporations in a variety of transactions including in complex financing transactions. He also provides third-party legal opinions regarding Delaware law related to those entities. He acts as Delaware counsel to local and national financial institutions, trustees, and other parties, and advises and guides them in a range of domestic and international transactions, including asset-backed securitization, structured finance, project finance, equipment finance, traditional leveraged lease, trust preferred, and cross-border transactions.
Eric J. Monzo is a partner in Morris James' Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights Practice. He focuses on issues relating to business restructuring and insolvency. He regularly represents a wide range of stakeholders with a focus on corporate debtors and their independent and special committee management, in addition to, commercial creditors, official and unofficial committees, indenture trustees, and lender groups.