This session will explore the various methods of perfecting a UCC Financing Statement along with potential discrepancies and industry standards associated with filing. If you have filed a UCC against a borrower and made a mistake in typing in a debtor's name, for example, you would have created a hidden lien that could come back to haunt you after a deal or case has closed. Mandy Dietz and Ryan Baker of Capitol Lien will examine how to avoid filing mistakes, how to identify incorrect information that may cost you, and stress the importance of post verification searches. Some cost saving tips and tricks will also be applied for certain jurisdictions.
||July 13, 2016
11:30 am to 12:30 pm (Central Time)
Mandy Dietz - National Department Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
As the National Department Manager, Mandy oversees all research coordinators in achieving the most timely and comprehensive results for clients. She also serves on the UCC Education Committee for the National Public Record Retrievers Association (NPRRA) providing industry insight to article revisions and research standards. Before her tenure with Capitol Lien, Mandy gained critical due diligence experience as a legal assistant to a metro-area firm, and prior to that as a records clerk maintaining important, confidential records for Medtronic. She knows the pressures those in the legal industry face. Mandy is driven to streamline processes for legal clients to increase efficiency in hopes of reducing everyday stresses.
Ryan Baker - Client Relations Manager - email@example.com
As the Client Relations Manager for Capitol Lien, Ryan has been refining the art of client relations to the legal industry for nearly a decade. With degrees in both management and marketing, in conjunction with an understanding of risk mitigation, he uses these skills to get to the heart of solutions for clients nationwide. Understanding the needs of the team and what the future will look like for the legal industry is an ongoing challenge and passion for him. He is a great communicator and works diligently to ensure clients' needs are served with the highest level of customer service and integrity.
Cost: $35 to NALS members/$50 for nonmembers.
CLE Credit: Worth one (1) hour CLE in NALS Administrative Law.