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Beware of the Extra Space: Court Rules UCC-1 Financing Statement Ineffective for Minor Punctuation Error

A recent federal court decision applying the Uniform Commercial Code adopted in Wisconsin serves as an important reminder for preparers of UCC-1 financing statements (UCC-1) to double, or even triple check, their UCC-1s prior to filing since even a minuscule error may make them ineffective.

To Read or Not to Read: That shouldn’t be the question when talking about the fine print

Read Chris Lawhorn's latest blog post on the importance of reading the fine print of any contract.

Missouri Supreme Court Clarifies Procedure for Challenging Timeliness of Discrimination and Retaliation Claims

The Missouri Supreme Court recently clarified the procedure for employers to challenge the timeliness of discrimination and retaliation complaints.

Hot topic - The Expiry of LIBOR

Carmody MacDonald Principal, Angie Drumm, discusses the expiration of LIBOR and its implications for lenders.

Loan Documentation 101 – Reg B & Spousal Signatures

Angie Drumm, a Principal at Carmody MacDonald, shares insights on Regulation B and requiring Spousal Signatures.