Lecture 9 Notes: Trustees and Notional Contracts
Pools: what used to be regulated in the world of finance is not anymore
Pool = an independent entity
Only Trustees are watching the assets of the firm.
Investment Company Act of 1940: provided thing you c
Lecture 2 Notes: Intro to Contract Law
duty to respect protected interest (reasonable care)
failure to meet the duty
harm to another
caused by the failures
Lecture 8 Notes: Bank Loans
80% Acct. Receivable
55% Real Estate
45% Intel Prop
Borrowing base sum: limits the amount a borrower can borrow at a given time.
Who is a creditor?
Anyone who is owed a money judgment
Lender: lends t
Lecture 7 Notes: Private Equitys
What is private equity?
Real estate, investing in hi-tech, natural resource funds.
A person targets on a specific industry.
What is a private equity fund?
o Opt to form an entity and get a commitment from investors to gi
Lecture 5 Notes: The Law of Duties
Did she have the power to bind the banks?
- Credit line for $500,000
You would get credit, b/c shes an agent who has authority, but she actu
Lecture 6 Notes: Venture Capital
Venture Capital (VC) is a subset of private equity ( a class of investments)
He refers to venture capital as early state venture capital
Friends, Family, Fool
VC firms invest in C corps
How you decide to incorporate dep
Lecture 10 Notes: Fair Competition
Mechanics of M&A
Antitrust law = default
If government says you have to do it, then thats that
Lecture 12 Notes: Bankruptcy Laws
1.) you decide to go
2.) or are thrown into bankruptcy by creditors
reorganization track or liquidation track
basics on how chapter 11 works is crucial
lender has mortgage on building, he can push you to bankr
Lecture 11 Notes: Liquidation Transactions
The rights creditors are the underlying point for which these negotiations take
place in reorganization.
bankruptcy law (some rules apply only to bankruptcy