Event:
Commercial Law 2019: A Comprehensive Update on Recent Developments - IN PERSON
 
Additional Information:
Globally recognized experts Steven Weise from Proskauer Rose, LLP in Los Angeles and Ed Smith from Morgan Lewis & Bockus, LLP in New York bring their national Commercial Law Update program back to Rhode Island for the ninth (9) consecutive year. Messrs. Weise and Smith will share their expertise and research on the most important case decisions and other developments affecting business and commercial law practices during the last year. Rhode Island attorneys Patrick Guida, Thomas Hemmendinger, and Lisa Kresge will again provide the local perspective as they highlight important Rhode Island case decisions and other Rhode Island commercial and other business law related developments.

This presentation includes up-to-the-minute summaries of the most relevant commercial law cases decided over the last twelve (12) months, including noteworthy decisions rendered as recently as a week before the program. You will receive a comprehensive review of recent developments in:
  • Personal and real property secured transactions
  • Guaranties
  • The new Rhode Island virtual currency law
  • UCC sales and personal property leasing
  • Commercial paper and funds transfers
  • Usury issues
  • Uniform Commercial Real Estate Receivership Act
  • And much more.

    A seminar that will engage and entertain you all while updating your knowledge. Register today and stay current on the areas that directly affect your client.

    If you prefer to attend the live webcast you must register online. You may register for the webcast by clicking here.



    SPEAKERS


    Patrick A. Guida, Esq.
    Thomas S. Hemmendinger, Esq.
    Lisa M. Kresge, Esq.
    Edwin E. Smith, Esq.
    Steven O. Weise, Esq.
 
Event Date: 10/7/2019
 
Event Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
 
Location:
Rhode Island Law Center, 41 Sharpe Drive, Cranston

Event Brochures:
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Event Cost:
  Member $175.00
  New Lawyer Division $165.00

Credit Hours:
  Ethics 0.5 hrs
  General 4 hrs