The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association revealed plans for ELFA Legal Forum LIVE!, an interactive virtual event that will be held on May 4 and May 5. The forum will provide attorneys serving the equipment finance industry with updates on legal issues, practical takeaways for their daily practices and discussions of key market segments.
“In today’s rapidly evolving environment, it’s essential to stay on top of new developments,” Lisa Moore, chair of the ELFA Legal Committee, which is involved in planning and hosting the forum, said. “At ELFA Legal Forum LIVE!, we’ll discuss critical updates and essential hot topics in the law. We’ll reconnect with colleagues we haven’t seen throughout the pandemic, exchange best practices and network on an interactive platform. We look forward to seeing as many members of the ELFA legal community as possible on May 4-5!”
Topics addressed at the ELFA Legal Forum LIVE! will include:
Legal Update Panel
California and New York Federal Licensing and Disclosure
Security: Data, Cybersecurity and Privacy
Air, Rail and Marine Update
The Courts, Bankruptcy and Workout Strategies During the Pandemic
e-Docs and Working Remotely/e-Docs Considering the Pandemic
Inventory Financing/International & Motor Vehicles
Merger Up & Other Restructures: Lessons Learned
State of the Association and Industry
Managed/Bundled Services: Recent Developments and Market Practices
Government Finance: Municipal/Tribal
Cross-Border Lease Transactions
Does Your Contract Work Across State Lines?
Fintech: What Is It and How Do I Help My Business Use It?
UCC Basics and Advanced
General Session: Ethics
Below are the members of the 2021 Legal Committee who are helping to plan ELFA Legal Forum LIVE!:
Lisa Moore, Senior Counsel, PNC Equipment Finance (Committee Chair)
Scott Adams, Senior Counsel – U.S., Volvo Financial Services
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