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Six Ways From Sunday: How to Handle Conflicting Liens

Sometimes a UCC search will reveal a conflicting lien on equipment to be financed. Ken Weinberg reviews several approaches to address this common issue while preserving lenders’ rights.... read more

A Good Road is Paved with Fixed Intentions: What Do Your Documents Say About Fixtures?

Which types of equipment can be considered fixtures? Ken Weinberg says there are many ways to answer that question and discusses the importance of establishing intention about the fixture status of a piece of equipment in a lease or finance agreement.... read more

Is Your Chattel Paper All Wet? An Even Deeper Dive Into the Super-Priority of Possession

In the second installment of a series on chattel paper, Attorney Ken Weinberg scuba dives into the two distinct super-priority rules relating to proceeds interest and non-proceeds interest.... read more

Is Your Chattel Paper All Wet? A Deep Dive Into the Super-Priority Rule

In the first installment of a two-part series, Ken Weinberg dissects the super-priority rule as it relates to possessors and filers of chattel paper, examining the key requirements of new value and possession.... read more

Chasing Crooks: Successor Liability and Transfers of Trust

Attorney Ken Weinberg teaches equipment lessors how to protect their companies from crooks, particularly those who enter into a legitimate transaction only to later attempt to defraud creditors by transferring assets from an original lessor to another entity.... read more

Structured Finance and Revenue Streams: Not Absolute and Unconditional

In the first installment of a two part series, Attorney Kenneth Weinberg explores the unique nature of bundled and PPA transactions, and outlines how these transactions differ from more traditional equipment leasing and finance structures. Additionally, he provides a list of questions that will inevitably arise when equipment leasing and finance companies decide to invest in these situations.... read more

The Importance of Casualty and Loss Provisions in Equipment Financing

Kenneth P. Weinberg outlines the necessary components of well-drafted equipment lease and equipment financing agreements, including key aspects of both “casualty” and “event of loss” provisions. He also discusses the importance of including provisions that clearly outline expectations for equipment maintenance and application of insurance proceeds.... read more

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