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Jake Rheaume
Jake Rheaume Finance Associate
Understanding Loan Transactions for the Non-Finance Attorney
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Understanding Loan Transactions for the Non-Finance Attorney

This presentation aims to demystify loan transactions for attorneys who find themselves providing counsel to borrowers. It does so by giving purposeful explanations of the various documents contained in a loan document package, and by giving practical advice for reviewing those documents and providing quality representation for their clients.

Agenda:
  • Introduction
  • When Might You Encounter Loan Documents as a Non-Finance Attorney
  • Anatomy of a Loan Document Package
  • The Loan Documents
  • Practical Advice to Non-Finance Attorneys Acting as Counsel to Borrowers
  • Q&As
Topics covered include: Practice Skills
Duration of this webinar: 60 minutes
When: Premieres in 4 days | March 08, 2024 1:00 PM PT
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Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits

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California CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 General

North Carolina CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 General

South Carolina CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 General

Difficulty: All Levels

Texas CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 General


This presentation is approved for one hour of General CLE credit in California, North Carolina, and South Carolina (all levels). This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.0 credit hours.

Please note that CLE credit, including partial credit, cannot be earned outside of the relevant accreditation period.

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Jake Rheaume
Jake Rheaume Finance Associate
Jake is a Finance Associate Attorney working in Chicago, Illinois. He has experience representing institutional lenders in upper-middle market syndicated loan transactions, particularly in the healthcare field.
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