Workshop: Security Interests in Commercial Aircraft on 13 April 2011, in New York
by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty Source: Aeropodium Security Interests in Commercial Aircraft 13th April 2011 New York, NY, USA Workshop Speakers: Stewart Herman, Kaye Scholer LLP Henry Morriello, Kaye Scholer LLP Michael Mulitz, Kaye Scholer LLP This Workshop is Approved for CLE Credits Workshop Agenda: Registration and Networking Coffee Welcome and Introductions Introduction to Security Interests in Commercial Aircraft Cross-Border Matters Networking Coffee Break Multiple-Aircraft Transactions: Warehouse Agreements and Enhanced Equipment Trust Certificates Networking Lunch Cape Town Update Repossession and Remarketing Networking Coffee Break Practical Exercise – Term Sheet Questions and Wrap-up For the Workshop Agenda and to Register, please visit www.aeropodium.com/law/securityinterests.html
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