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Presenter, "An Examination Of Changing Roles And Relationships Of Lawyers In Silicon Valley," University Of Southern California And Georgetown Interdisciplinary Law And Humanities Junior Scholar Workshop , Los Angeles, Bruce Price May 2003

Presenter, "An Examination Of Changing Roles And Relationships Of Lawyers In Silicon Valley," University Of Southern California And Georgetown Interdisciplinary Law And Humanities Junior Scholar Workshop , Los Angeles, Bruce Price

Bruce M Price

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Presenter, "New Institutions Of The Knowledge Economy: The Silicon Valley Case," Social Science Research Council Program On Corporation As A Social Institution, Berkeley, Bruce Price May 2003

Presenter, "New Institutions Of The Knowledge Economy: The Silicon Valley Case," Social Science Research Council Program On Corporation As A Social Institution, Berkeley, Bruce Price

Bruce M Price

No abstract provided.


Manual De Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva Feb 2003

Manual De Derecho Procesal Civil, Edward Ivan Cueva

Edward Ivan Cueva

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Are Security Deposits "Security Interests"? The Proper Scope Of Article 9 And Statutory Interpretation In Consumer Class Actions, R. Wilson Freyermuth Jan 2003

Are Security Deposits "Security Interests"? The Proper Scope Of Article 9 And Statutory Interpretation In Consumer Class Actions, R. Wilson Freyermuth

Faculty Publications

Assume that Jane Doe leases an automobile from a General Motors dealer, pursuant to a lease contract under which Jane makes a cash security deposit. Under the lease, the lessor agrees to “refund” the deposit at the conclusion of the lease term in the event that Jane fully performs her obligations under the lease. Is this transaction governed by Article 9--i.e., has the lessor taken a “security interest” in Jane's cash deposit to secure Jane's obligations under the lease agreement?


Unification Of The Law Governing Secured Transactions: Progress And Prospects For Reform, Hannah Buxbaum Jan 2003

Unification Of The Law Governing Secured Transactions: Progress And Prospects For Reform, Hannah Buxbaum

Articles by Maurer Faculty

This article was published in connection with UNIDROIT's 75th anniversary conference on worldwide harmonization of private law and regional economic integration. It begins by addressing the commercial need for harmonization in the area of secured transactions, discussing both traditional conflicts analysis in that field and particular obstacles to reform. It then outlines the specific reform initiatives that have been implemented to date, grouping them into sectoral instruments and regional instruments. It concludes by speculating on the future of harmonization efforts in security law.


Impossible, Impracticable, Or Just Expensive? Allocation Of Expense Of Ancillary Risk In The Cmbs Market, 36 J. Marshall L. Rev. 653 (2003), Georgette Chapman Poindexter Jan 2003

Impossible, Impracticable, Or Just Expensive? Allocation Of Expense Of Ancillary Risk In The Cmbs Market, 36 J. Marshall L. Rev. 653 (2003), Georgette Chapman Poindexter

UIC Law Review

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A Day In The Life Of A Residential Mortgage Defendant, 36 J. Marshall L. Rev. 687 (2003), Harold L. Levine Jan 2003

A Day In The Life Of A Residential Mortgage Defendant, 36 J. Marshall L. Rev. 687 (2003), Harold L. Levine

UIC Law Review

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Secured Transaction History: The Impact Of English Smuggling On The Chattel Mortgage Acts In The Spanish Borderlands, George Lee Flint Jr, Marie Juliet Alfaro Jan 2003

Secured Transaction History: The Impact Of English Smuggling On The Chattel Mortgage Acts In The Spanish Borderlands, George Lee Flint Jr, Marie Juliet Alfaro

Faculty Articles

Spanish colonies, including the territories of Florida, Louisiana, and southwestern America, acknowledged the jurisdiction of Spanish royal decrees. The colonies approached the registration of mortgages in a similar but more tentative fashion, recognizing the distances between the borderlands and the registrar’s offices. The law developed differently in Florida and Louisiana, which were administered by a different governmental body. While the registration process was required for chattel mortgages on slaves, there is no evidence the rules were enforced or applied to other types of mortgages on personalty. However, in 1770, Louisiana adopted a filing requirement for chattel mortgages for all ...


Commercial Transactions: Secured Financing: Cases, Materials, Problems, Ingrid Hillinger, Raymond Nimmer, Michael Hillinger Dec 2002

Commercial Transactions: Secured Financing: Cases, Materials, Problems, Ingrid Hillinger, Raymond Nimmer, Michael Hillinger

Ingrid Michelsen Hillinger

Accompanied by Commercial Transactions: Secured Financing: Cases, Materials, Problems, 3rd ed. Teacher's Manual, by Nimmer, Hillinger and Hillinger. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2003